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Identifying Points of View

Reading in English

High Int – Adv

In this lesson, students learn how to identify different points of view including first person, second person, and third person (limited, omniscient, and objective). This lesson includes vocabulary review practice, comprehension, and assessment.

Vocabulary
  • emotional response
  • perspective
  • narrator
  • subjective
  • bias
  • persuade
  • protagonist
  • antagonist
  • omniscient
  • objective
  • inference
  • dialogue
Grammar
  • prefixes
Printable Content
  • warm-up
  • reading
  • vocabulary review
  • instruction
  • practice
  • assessment
Digital Content
  • Lesson Objective(Reference)
  • Vocabulary Preview A(Matching)
  • Vocabulary Preview B(Matching)
  • Vocabulary Review(Type in the Blanks)
  • Reading (Reference)
  • Prefix Tip(Reference)
  • Pronouns(Reference)
  • Points of View A(Reference)
  • Points of View B(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Points of View C(Matching)
  • Identify the Point of View 1A(Reference)
  • Identify the Point of View 1B(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Identify the Point of View 2A (Reference)
  • Identify the Point of View 2B(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Identify the Point of View 3A(Reference)
  • Identify the Point of View 3B(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Identify the Point of View 4A(Reference)
  • Identify the Point of View 4B(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Identify the Point of View 5A(Reference)
  • Identify the Point of View 5B(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Assessment A(Reference)
  • Assessment B(Open-Ended Questions)