Author:
Jeanne Martin-Sainovic
Subject:
English Language Arts
Material Type:
Homework/Assignment
Level:
Upper Primary
Tags:
  • 3.RI.6
  • Author's Point of View
  • Graphic Organizer
  • NCDLS
  • Point of View
    License:
    Creative Commons Attribution
    Language:
    English
    Media Formats:
    Text/HTML

    Education Standards

    Remix: 3.RI.6 Graphic Organizer

    Remix:  3.RI.6 Graphic Organizer

    Overview

     

    This graphic organizer can be used with any informational text to determine the author’s point of view.  Students will use this graphic organizer to determine the topic of a text, the author’s point of view of a text, provide supporting details, and state their own opinion of a text. 

    This could be used with a tech tool where students can draw or type directly on the document (Nearpod, Peardeck, Seesaw, Etc.)

    This is a link to the same graphic organizer but in Google Slides. The teacher could assign it in Google Classroom for the students to respond to. Google Slides Organizer

    3.RI.6 Graphic Organizer

    1.  Discuss point of view with your students.  Use the 2 charts on http://mrsjenniferlilly.weebly.com/point-of-view.html to help review.  Discuss how different points of view will change a story.  Discuss how an author may write a story a certain way to persuade the reader to feel a cerain way.  

    2.  Ask if any students can tell the story of the 3 Little Pigs.  Listen to the class discuss the story.  Then play https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vB07RfntTvw&t=16s  ¨The True Story of the Three Little Pigs¨.  

    3.  Students can now fill out the graphic organizer of the Authorś Point of View.  This can be done on paper or digitally.  There is a link for a Google slides graphic organizer.

    4.  Discuss the chart as a group and how the point of view changed.  

    Original by:  Natasha VonKlinger

    https://goopennc.oercommons.org/courseware/lesson/3128

    License:  Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 

    This graphic organizer can be used with any informational text to determine the author’s point of view.  Students will use this graphic organizer to determine the topic of a text, the author’s point of view of a text, provide supporting details, and state their own opinion of a text. 

     

    This could be used with a tech tool where students can draw or type directly on the document (Nearpod, Peardeck, Seesaw, Etc.)

    Additional Resource: Google Slides Graphic Organizer

    This is the same graphic organizer as above but in a Google Slides format. The teacher could assign it in Google Classroom for the students to respond to.

    Google Slides Graphic Organizer