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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Teaching Character Point of View


One of my favorite skills to teach is POINT OF VIEW!  I have been collecting books since I was in college!  It is a true passion of mine.  There are so many rich texts that model point of view that truly capture the interests of both children & adults!  


COMMON CORE ALIGNED ACTIVITIES


Fun Group Work Project
Promotes abstract & analytical thinking
Point of view & inference skills
Working cooperatively in a group

AWESOME Lesson Idea!
Students draw their character in the window and write about an 
event as that character would see it. 

Great Mentor Text
Models point of view, context clues to figure out new words & inference skills

Models point of view, inference skills and persuasive writing



Readers Notebook Idea

Book Ideas





Loredana McFadden, fractured fairy tales, fairytales, point of view, CCSS, teaching point of view, inquiry based learning, anchor chart, anchor charts, book lists, interactive notebooks, readers notebook, elementary, ELA, reading coach, social skills, using debates in the classroom, conflict resolution, character education

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