Toolkit of Reading Grades 4-8

Point of View
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Point of View

 

The point of view of the narrator or speaker is an important literary element. Being able to identify and analyze point of view prepares students to engage with the text and dig deeply into meaning. This lesson guides students to identify point of view based on text evidence. The Point of View lesson includes a definition, an explanation of how the skill is used, an example, and practice questions with excerpts from real books.

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Created for grades 4–8, the Toolkit of Reading features quick, clear lessons on all the critical skills students need to understand complex texts, including new skills emphasized in the Common Core State Standards. These engaging resources, available as downloadable PDFs, define key terms, describe how and why the skills are important to readers, and provide a series of activities to encourage mastery. These lessons can kick off a reading lesson or serve as an impromptu refresher of skills already introduced.

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This lesson features passages by J. M. Barrie, Charles Dickens, and Edgar Allan Poe.

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