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  • Point of View Review
  • Multiple Choice1. Which point of view is very factual and does not show what a character is thinking?A.) First personB.) Third person omniscientC.) Third person limitedD.) Third person objective
  • Multiple Choice2. A narrator that uses the pronouns “he” or “she” and describes the thoughts and feelings of just one character would be using:A.) First personB.) Third person omniscientC.) Third person limitedD.) Third person objective
  • Multiple Choice3. This type of narration makes the reader feel as if he or she sees the world through the main character’s eyes.A.) First personB.) Third person omniscientC.) Third person limitedD.) Third person objective
  • Multiple Choice4. The thoughts and feelings of all characters are conveyed to the reader with this type of narration:A.) First personB.) Third person omniscientC.) Third person limitedD.) Third person objective
  • Identify the point of view.5. Kim thought about buying the shoes but decided they were too expensive.6. The old man never left his apartment except to feed the birds on his balcony.7. It was my fault for throwing the wrapper. I should have spoken up when the teacher blamed Sarah.8. Lacey was confused to see Adam at the bus stop, but he was excited to have finally found her.
  • 9.) Identify the point of view. Two goats approached one another from oppositesides of a raging river. Lying across the river was a rottinglog, over which not even a squirrel could safely cross. Thegoats, being stubborn beasts, ran across the log tochallenge the other. The log collapsed, and both animalswere swept away by the current.
  • 10. How would the story change if itwere told in first person point ofview? What effect would it have on thereader? (2 points)
  • ANSWERSCorrect your own quiz.
  • Multiple Choice1. Which point of view is very factual and does not show what a character is thinking?A.) First personB.) Third person omniscientC.) Third person limitedD.) Third person objective
  • Multiple Choice2. A narrator that uses the pronouns “he” or “she” and describes the thoughts and feelings of just one character would be using:A.) First personB.) Third person omniscientC.) Third person limitedD.) Third person objective
  • Multiple Choice3. This type of narration makes the reader feel as if he or she sees the world through the main character’s eyes.A.) First personB.) Third person omniscientC.) Third person limitedD.) Third person objective
  • Multiple Choice4. The thoughts and feelings of all characters are conveyed to the reader with this type of narration:A.) First personB.) Third person omniscientC.) Third person limitedD.) Third person objective
  • Identify the point of view.5. Kim thought about buying the shoes but decided they were too expensive. Third person limited6. The old man never left his apartment except to feed the birds on his balcony. Third person objective7. It was my fault for throwing the wrapper. I should have spoken up when the teacher blamed Sarah. First person8. Lacey was confused to see Adam at the bus stop, but he was excited to have finally found her. Third person omniscient
  • 9.) Identify the point of view – Third Person ObjectiveTwo goats approached one another from opposite sides ofa raging river. Lying across the river was a rotting log, overwhich not even a squirrel could safely cross. The goats,being stubborn beasts, ran across the log to challenge theother. The log collapsed, and both animals were sweptaway by the current.
  • 10. How would the story change if itwere told in first person point ofview? What effect would it have on thereader? (2 points)
  • Question 10 is a 2-pointer. You must answer BOTH parts.Part 1: How would the story change if itwere told in first person point of view?- It would use the pronouns “I,” “me,” or “we.”- We would see a goat’s point of view.Part 2: What effect would it have on thereader?- It would make the story more frightening, suspenseful, or frustrating to the reader.