RL.3.6 Third Grade Common Core Lesson

RL.3.6 Third Grade Common Core Lesson

How to teach Point of View

Using RL.3.6 Third Grade Common Core Lesson, students distinguish their own point of view from that of the narrator or those of the characters.

Different people experience and share an event in different ways.  Students practice describing the differences in point of view and the information provided.

This RL.3.6 Third Grade Common Core Lesson includes RL.3.6 Worksheets, RL.3.6 Activities, RL.3.6 Assessment, and RL.3.6 Poster. Each Common Core Lessons includes Common Core Worksheets, Activities, Assessment, and Poster that you can use for teaching and assessing the standard.

 

Other resources to use with this RL.3.6 Third Grade Common Core Lesson

If you are using this lesson, your students are probably learning about point of view.

Use this Author's Purpose Activity as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this lesson by writing the point of view sentences on the board. Examples could be "I was so scared to walk into the Haunted House." and "Tim was so scared to walk into the Haunted House."  Next,students share the differences between the two sentences. Then, students complete activity individually or with a partner. Finally, students share about the books that they read. Once finished, students continue their practice using the provided worksheet.

Be sure to check out more Author's Purpose Resources and the entire Third Grade Common Core Workbook.

 

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