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Point of view for Second Graders
Point of view for Second Graders
Point of view for Second Graders
Point of view for Second Graders
Point of view for Second Graders
Point of view for Second Graders
Point of view for Second Graders
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Point of view for Second Graders

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  • 1. A Joe Fasen Enhanced PowerPoint presentation
  • 2. When a writer begins a new story he or she must decide : “Who will tell the story?”
  • 3. A story is told through the eyes and mouth of a character or a narrator (story teller).
  • 4. An author can tell a story from the First-Person point of view. OR The author can use the Third-Person point of view.
  • 5. In the first-person point of view, the story is told by one of the characters. The character uses words such as I or me. • The story teller is a character in the story. • As the reader, you experience the story only from what that character knows, thinks, and feels.
  • 6. In a third-person book: The story teller is not a character in the book. The story teller…. •tells what has happened…. •what is happening…. •or what might happen.
  • 7. What type of stories do you like?

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