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In your own words, what does 'point of view' mean?
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Point of view is the perspective from which a story is told. The narrator's point of view can affect how a story is interpreted. Fiction stories often use 1st person or 3rd person point of view.
Point of View
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First-Person Point of View: A point of view where the narrator is a character in the story and experiences the events first-hand. Third-Person Point of View: A point of view where the narrator is not a character in the story and tells the story from an outside perspective. Omniscient Point of View: A point of view where the narrator knows all the thoughts and feelings of all the characters in the story.
Concepts:
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The phrase 'point of view' can be used to talk about the perspective of a narrator in a story. Point of view can also refer to the physical position from which something is seen, such as a camera's point of view. In the field of psychology, point of view is sometimes used to refer to the personal biases and subjective experiences of an individual.
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5. Open question
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What is point of view and why is it important in a text?
6. Open question
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How does the point of view shape the perspective of the narrator or speaker in a text?
7. Open question
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How did the author's point of view influence the text?
8. Open question
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What would the text look like if it were told from a different point of view?
9. Drawings
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Brain break: Draw a giraffe drinking a cup of coffee in its pajamas
10. Drawings
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Question: You are a character in a book. What point of view would you choose to tell your story? Clues: • Point of view is the perspective from which a story is told. • There are three main points of view: first person, second person, and third person. • The point of view can impact how the story is told and how readers experience it. In pairs: Select and solve one of the tasks: A. Draw a storyboard that illustrates your character's point of view. B. Work with a partner to create a comic strip to demonstrate the effects of different points of view in storytelling.
11. Poll
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Which point of view uses the pronouns 'I' and 'me'?
  • First person
  • Second person
  • Third person
12. Poll
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What is the point of view in which the narrator is not a character in the story, but only reports what can be seen and heard?
  • Third person objective
  • Third person limited
  • Third person omniscient
13. Poll
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'You' is an example of what type of pronoun?
  • Second-person
  • First-person
  • Third-person
14. Poll
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What point of view uses the pronouns 'he', 'she', and 'they'?
  • Third Person Point Of View
  • First Person Point Of View
  • Second Person Point Of View
15. Poll
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In which point of view does the narrator tell their story from their own perspective?
  • First Person Point Of View
  • Second Person Point Of View
  • Third Person Point Of View
16. Open question
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Work together in pairs: What are the three different types of point of view in literature?
17. Drawings
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Draw a little monster with many legs wearing a cowboy hat playing soccer.

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