Explore Point Of View, Teamwork, and more!

Explore related topics

Inspiration | Teamworks

Teamworks Point of View Category

Point of View Posters & Activity FREE!!

Point of View. Enjoy these FREE point of view posters explaining point of view, first person, and third person. There is also a great activity to use when teaching about point of view!

Use an online comic strip creator to practice point of view with your 3rd grade, 4th grade, or 5th grade students.  Easy to use and free!

Use an online comic strip creator to practice point of view with your grade, grade, or grade students. Easy to use and free!

Point of View Anchor Chart and Interactive PowerPoint for Classroom Use from Creativity in the Common Core Classroom

Point of View Anchor Chart and Resource

Creativity In the Common Core Classroom: Point of View Anchor Chart and Interactive PowerPoint for Classroom Use.

Teaching Reading and Writing across the curriculum strategy guides for teachers with lesson plans & printouts.

Student+Interactives This site has great activities to help students with their reading and writing skills. It also has many great lesson plans for teachers.

In this blog post by Bespoke ELA, you will find 5 Pixar short films to use for teaching skills in secondary English Language Arts in grades 6-12. Students will use the short films as a means of discussing theme, irony, suspense, subtext, point of view, and more. by Bespoke ELA

5 Pixar Short Films to Use in Secondary ELA

These point of view cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the concept of point of view. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.This activity has students reading short passages (16 passages over 2 cootie catchers) to each other and then determining which type of point of view was used:First, Second, Third Person Limited, Third Person Objective, Third Person Omniscient

Author's Point of View Activity/ Foldable 8th 7th 6th 5th 4th Grade

Visual representation- this visual tool will help students engage with one another or themselves when trying to create a quick write or tell a story.

This menu focuses on types of point of view: first person, third person limited, and third person omniscient. Students choose which activities to complete to score their desired grade. This is a great activity to use after introducing these terms or to help students review for a quiz or test. Students are able to complete the activities independently and really show you what they know, so this menu could also be used as an alternative assessment.

Point of View Menu of Differentiated Activities Based on Bloom's Taxonomy

Upper Elementary Snapshots: Teaching Points of View through Role Play (FREE lesson to download!)

Teaching Points of View through Role Play (FREE lesson to download!)

Point of View FREE Demonstration Lesson: Teacher and one student performs a short skit, then students write their own paragraphs of the episode from three different points of view

Pinterest
Search