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Point of View Slideshow

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Use this slideshow to help you teach point of view / perspective to your 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade students (upper elementary). Students will read short stories and consider who is telling the story, and they will also think about whether or not they agree with an author's opinion.

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Point of View Slideshow

  1. 1. provide students with a better education. This was my last stop of the day. I couldn’t wait to get home and eat dinner. I climbed the steps and rang the door bell. A long haired dog ran to the window and started barking loudly at me. “Be quiet!” I heard a girl whisper. “Mom’s trying to sleep!.” The barking stopped as a brown haired girl opened the door. She signed for the package I had brought her. Finally I could head home! Who is telling the story? How do you know? a mom a postal worker a dog a young girl Point of View Practice
  2. 2. provide students with a better education. I was lying on the couch trying to sleep when I heard the doorbell ring. I rushed to the door, looked out the window, and started barking at the woman at the door. “Be quiet! Mom’s trying to sleep,” my owner whispered loudly to me. I headed back to the couch as the door was opened. Point of View Practice Who is telling the story? How do you know? a mom a postal worker a dog a young girl
  3. 3. provide students with a better education. “Ding-dong!” I opened my eyes, wondering if I should go get the door or try to go back to sleep. Just as I had decided to try to sleep, Fido started barking loudly. “UGHHHH,” I groaned, as I climbed out of bed. I headed for the front door just in time to see my daughter taking a package out of the postal worker’s hands. Point of View Practice Who is telling the story? How do you know? a mom a postal worker a dog a young girl
  4. 4. provide students with a better education. Point of View Practice Schools that have uniforms are often more successful. Students are less worried about what they are going to wear to school or what other students are wearing, and more concerned with their school work. Since many jobs require employees to wear certain clothing, having school uniforms is also good practice for the real world outside of school. Also, school uniforms are often cheaper than other clothes, which makes school more affordable for everybody. What does the author think about uniforms ? Do you agree with the author’s point of view? Why or why not?
  5. 5. provide students with a better education. Write two paragraphs from opposing viewpoints. For the first paragraph, write about why students should be allowed to eat during class. For the second paragraph, write about why students should NOT be allowed to eat during class. Point of View Practice
  6. 6. You might also like: 3 Free Point of View Graphic Organizers 36 Questions to Help You Teach Point of View Free Slideshow for Teaching Main Idea Check out these No Prep Point of View activities.Graphics

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