Terrific list of books for teaching point of view...take this list to your librarian!!
Picturebook "Voices in the Park" by Anthony Browne. A wonderful book with 4 voices from 4 unique characters. Perfect with 6th grade intensive or higher. Possible project: students create their own book in teams of 4. They must create 4 characters and 4 version of the same story. (Link for useful website featuring an online version of the book and interactive activities_ book clubs in the classroom, 6th grade reading activities, park, the reader, 6th grade reading classroom, picture books, educ, mentor texts, book reviews
One of my favorite books for the classroom. Great for teaching point-of-view.
Teaching My Friends!: organization
Hotel Transylvania Trailer 2 Official 2012 (Selena Gomez ) ... point of view lesson
Analyzing Texts: Putting Thoughts on Paper. Respond to a text by analyzing an author's viewpoint.
Analyzing Texts: Putting Thoughts on Paper
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Author's Purpose - To Persuade, To Inform, To Entertain PowerPoint. Author's purpose in easy to understand and engaging slides. It's as easy as pie...
Cute way to sort out point of view (I can't resist a chance to use owls!). Can be used as an anchor chart, or made smaller for use in students' writing/reading workshop binders. school, point of view chart, classroom charts, point of view anchor chart, point of view teaching, anchor chart point of view, writing workshop anchor charts, anchor charts reading, 4th grade
Point of view anchor chart
Oh' Boy 4th Grade: FIVE, moose, and butterflies
Literary Mood List freebie in Laura Candler's online file cabinet
For this activity, students create mini booklets that show their understanding of author's purpose. This activity reaches the higher DOK (depth of knowledge) levels because students are differentiating between the types of author's purposes, AND actually creating samples! Students get to be the author!! author purpos, teacher stuff, authors purpose
For this activity, students create mini booklets that show their understanding of author's purpose. This activity reaches the higher DOK (depth of knowledge) levels because students are differentiating between the types of author's purposes, AND actually creating samples! Students get to be the author!!
A "cheat sheet" to help students remember basic literary terms. Love this, because it's quick and students can quickly turn to it in their notebooks to remember a term. #nsc417 literary terms, craft reading, reading and writing notebooks, anchor charts, cheat sheets, classroom poetry, hello literaci, author's craft, author craft
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Tone & Mood Anchor Chart
Following My Heart to First Grade: January Anchors Away Linky!
This freebie is for a fun way to review authors purpose with your students! Included are three letters from different doggies, one written to ente...