How does a story change when the point of view changes? In this worksheet, children will read a story about a girl who gets tongue-tied during a presentation. They will then turn the page to write the story from the perspective of her forgotten word. Designed for third graders, this creative writing prompt is a fun, relatable way to help students understand and use point of view in their writing.
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That’s another way to look at it.
Bryl: Either the Albanians lead us to Mansell or they turn him into little tiny pieces. Done and done.Raylan: That’s an optimistic point of view. Another would be we just put a hit out on our suspect. Bryl: Excuse me for misunderstanding that you had the willingness to do what needs getting done.Raylan: I have no problem getting things done. I do have a problem rolling up on Mansell, face down in a river, shot to death by some Albanian dipshits, when what WE want is for the man to be prosecuted, forced to answer for his crimes, long period of reflection in a tiny cell. Bryl: That’s another way to look at it.
VanMurph’s View: A Look At Calgary
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