Kinney/Aghalarpour Teaching Point of View 2
Students will read, write, listen, and speak for critical analysis andevaluation. Students will meet this standard by critically analyzing Seedfolks,The Whipping Boy, and
The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, by explaininghow a character’s identity influences his/her point of view of an event.
Students will read, write, listen, and speak for social interaction.Students will meet this standard by having literature circles with their peers aboutThe Whipping Boy and Seedfolks.
Students will learn and understand how all events have different points of viewsand perspectives
Students will learn how to identify the perspectives of different characters indifferent stories
Students identify first person and third person point of views
Students will understand and identify how a character’s identity influences acharacter’s point of view.
Students will re-write a favorite children’s book based on a different point of view.
Students will understand how an event or story can be interpreted by different points of views and perspectives. Students will read Seedfolks and identify the different perspectives of that story.
-. Students learn the differences between first person and third person point of view. Students read the Whipping Boy and identify the third person’s point of view.
- Students will read Seedfolks and identify and discuss how each character’sidentity influences his/her point of view
- Students will hear a read aloud of The True Story of the Three Little Pigs andwill then begin to re-write a new version of a favorite children’s book based on a new perspective