Here is our third installment of using effective anchor charts and interactive PowerPoints for teaching reading skills to your students. Enjoy! Below is our point of view anchor chart.
Point of View Anchor Chart
We love to make anchor charts that are colorful and engaging for students. As you can see below we tried to make this a fun one! It features first person, second person, and third person point of view. Students can easily see the difference between the three. It is important to talk about all three as students will encounter these in their reading.
The focus of the PowerPoint is for students to identify the three different points of view text can have: first person, second person, and third person. We make our slide shows engaging and ready to use right away in your classroom. We also use strategies like think-pair-share to engage students. They need to share their thoughts and ideas with another classmate.
Our PowerPoints are all interactive, which means that your students are actively involved in the learning process! No more boring books that students don’t connect too!
Learning can be fun, so go ahead and try out our interactive PowerPoint to teach this important reading skill! Reading can take you anywhere! Click here to find it now!
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