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First Person and Third Person Point of View Activities Narrative Writing Print Digital

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Looking for First Person and Third Person Point of View activities when teaching narrative writing? This comprehensive resource will help your students understand the purpose of the three main points of view: First Person, Second Person and Third Person Limited and Omniscient.

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First Person and Third Person Point of View Narrative Writing Activities

Looking for First Person and Third Person Point of View activities when teaching narrative writing? This comprehensive resource will help your students understand the purpose of the three main points of view: First Person and Third Person Point of View as well as Second Person and Third Person Limited and Omniscient.

Both US and British English spelling (separate files) included.

THIS RESOURCE IS INCLUDED IN THE NARRATIVE WRITING BUNDLE

 

Items Included For First Person and Third Person Point of View Activities

  • Black and white (print) templates
  • Color slides digital templates Style 1 (Widescreen 16:9) PowerPoint – upload to your LMS and in Google Slides – assign via Google Classroom )
  • Color slides digital templates Style 2 (Portrait 8.5 x 11) (PowerPoint – upload to your LMS and in Google Slides – assign via Google Classroom )
  • Teacher’s Guide/Key – sample responses and a brief overview of how this resource was used in the classroom

Also Included

40 Boom Digital Cards on First Person and Third Person Point of View

 

Activities

  • Cover Sheet for Booklet (Print)
  • Anchor Chart outlining the three main Points of View.
  • First Person, Second Person, and Third Person Writing Sample.
  • Venn Diagram to Compare and Contrast First Person Point of View and Third Person Point of View.
  • Switching from Third Person point of view to First Person point of view for given prompts.
  • Switching from First Person point of view to Third Person point of view for given dialogues.
  • Switching a story extract from the Third Person point of view to the First Person point of view.
  • Switching a story extract from the First Person point of view to the Third Person point of view.
  • Writing on a given scenario from two different points of view.
  • Picture Prompts (x 3): writing from the First-person and the Third Person point of view.
  • Summing Up: 11 multiple-choice questions on understanding the effectiveness of Points of View in writing.

Please contact me with any queries regarding this resource.

Thank you!

Laurane@teach2tell.com

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