Understanding P.O.V's

Understanding P.O.V's

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  • Toni: What are P.O.V's?
  • Dillen: Does P.O.V mean pictures of vocabulary?
  • Teacher: Good Morning. Today we are going to learn about the 3 P.O.V's.
  • Toni: OOH! ME ME ME! First, Second, and Third person views.
  • Dillen: How does she know this information?
  • Teacher: P.O.V means point of view. Does anyone know the 3 P.O.V's?
  • Both: No.
  • Teacher: Now does anyone know what they mean?
  • Teacher: We're going to see what you learned, so explain to me what the 3 P.O.V's are and how to find them.
  • Dillen: But how can you tell which is which?
  • Second person view is when you are being told how to do something.
  • Third person view is when someone else is telling a story.
  • Teacher: First person P.O.V is how you tell a story from your perspective.
  • Toni: Oh, that makes sense.
  • Dillen: Yeah, I get it!
  • Keywords like we, us, i, them, they, her, his, she and more.
  • Teacher: Well Dillen, you should look for keywords or phrases.
  • Toni: First person P.O.V  is when someone is telling YOU their story. Second P.O.V is when you are being told how to do something
  • And, you should look for keywords and phrases. Ex: I, you and, them.
  • Dillen: Third person P.O.V is where a different person is telling the story
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