Point of view is a literary device that refers to the perspective from which a story is told. There are three types of point of view: first-person (using “I” and “me”), second-person (using “you”), and third-person (using “she” and “he”). The two types of third-person point of view are limited and omniscient. The objective of this lesson is to learn about point of view through the point of view of Aura.
Class Discussion: What is point of view? What is first-person point of view? How is it identified? What is second-person point of view? How is it identified? What is third-person point of view? How is it identified? What is third-person limited? What is third-person omniscient? What is the point of view of Aura?
Activity: Divide the students into groups of three or four. Have each group address the following: Who is the “you” referred...
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