Point of view templates ask students questions to help them understand the difference between first and third person narrations in literature.
Point of view worksheets ask students to identify key pronouns to help them discover if the point of view is first person, third person limited, or third person omniscient. Students can use these templates with any story and even compare differences in the narrators’ points of view
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