1. Topic


2. Content


3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes

1.Students will be able to correctly define author, narrator, point
of view and character.
2.Students are going to correctly state which point of view they are
reading.



4. Objectives

1.Students will be able to sort point of view task cards into first,
second and third person point of view.
2. Students will be able to cite key words that correctly identify
which point of view they are reading.
3. Students will be able to cite examples from the task cards to prove
their point of view. 


5. Materials and Aids

Vocabulary Cards
Point of View task cards



6. Procedures/Methods

A. Introduction
1.We will begin by reviewing the vocabulary words: narrator, character,
point of view, and author.
2. Students can cite examples of the vocabulary words.



B. Development
1.I will read a few task cards and ask the students to tell me which
person point of view it belongs to and why.



C. Practice
1.I will give an example of a story and ask what the point of view
is for the story.
2. As a class, we will go over a few point of view task cards and
sort them in the correct group.



D. Independent Practice
1.Students will be handed out point of view task cards.
2.Each student will read the card out loud and explain which point
of view it is and how they know it is that point of view.



E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)
1.Individual students will work with me on reading the task cards
and finding the key words.



F. Checking for understanding
1. I will be looking for the students to cite point of view key
words.
2. I will be looking for students to place the task card in the right
pile.



G. Closure
1.Students will review each key words for the point of view and
restate why that makes it 1st, 2nd or 3rd.



7. Evaluation

1.I will measure their progress by how well their feedback is on
sorting point of view cards.
2. I will measure their progress by their sorting abilities to place
it in the correct point of view group. 

