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Tell A Tale: Point Of View Literacy Center

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Reinforce Understanding Of Point Of View

Working in pairs, students read a fairy tale and then read quotations on the back of the fairy tale card. They determine which characters are the speakers (choices provided) and repeat the quotations in the characters' voices. This fun step evokes empathy and reinforces understanding of point of view. Students record their answers on dry erase mats. An answer card is included for self-checking.

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Acknowledge differences in the point of view ofcharacters, including speaking in a different voice for eachcharacter when reading dialogue aloud.
Grade Level:
Grades: 2-3
  • 4 two-sided fairy tale cards
    Size: 8½" by 5½" each

  • 1 two-sided answer card
    Size: 8½" by 5½"

    Size: 11" by 8½" each

  • 2 dry erase crayons
  • 1 task card
    Size: 6" by 9"

  • 1 storage bag with handle
    Size: 11" by 13¼"

  • 4 two-sided dry erase mats
  • Really Good Stuff® Teaching Guide
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Interesting Center

I only got to use it once because I purchased it at the end of the year and was doing a test drive with new centers. I liked that it uses famous fables and stories, so the students are likely already familiar with them. I think I will definitely use this in the upcoming school year when we do Point of View in the fall.
By Dual Language Teacher from , MD