Foundational Reading Lesson - Narrator and Point of View, Grade 3

  • Activity 1 / First and Third Person Point of View Worksheet

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    Start this worksheet exercise with reminding your kids what a point of view is in a story. When a writer uses characters in their book, sometimes they use different points of views to tell the story to the readers. Sometimes in a story, the character is telling the story to the reader. This point of view is called first person. Third person point of view comes from the narrator. Read the sentences in the exercise to your students and ask them to check off if it in the first or third point of view.

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  • Activity 2 / Point of View Worksheet

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    It is important that readers know exactly who is telling a story while reading it. This is so that readers can understand the story properly and also connect better with the story. In order to tell what kind of point of view the author is using, your kids can pay careful attention to the pronouns used in telling the story. Read the story in this worksheet with your students and help them figure out which point of view it is being told from.

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