These point of view cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the concept of point of view. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.This activity has students reading short passages (16 passages over 2 cootie catchers) to each other and then determining which type of point of view was used:First, Second, Third Person Limited, Third Person Objective, Third Person Omniscient
Grace Murray Hopper (12/9/1906- 1/1/92) was a mathematician and a pioneer in the use of computers in the military, particularly in the USN where she became the first woman to hold the rank of Rear Admiral. "Amazing Grace" was one of the inventors of the computer language "COBOL" and was the first person to use the word "bug" to describe an error in a computer program. Follow link for the rest of her interesting story.
How To Rewrite Your Story in the Third Person - or - Start Writing in the Third Person ~~ You'll also have to consider whether or not you want to use third person omniscient or limited. In moving from first to third, it might be easiest to try third person limited first.
Point of View Freebie Pack: Simple materials to teach the different forms of point of view!**JUST REVISED!**This pack includes...- Sample point of view anchor chart- 4 different point of view posters: First Person, Third Person, Third Person Limited, Third Person Omniscient- 3 handouts: one story written in three different ways.
Here is a set of 64 Candyland Cards to use for practicing Third person, singular pronouns (he/she) and verbs. This works great for Speech-Language Therapy, ESOL or Foreign language classrooms for practicing the Third person, singular or the present participle.