Daily Lessons for Teaching Neighbor Rosicky

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Lesson 1

Objective: Part 1 "Neighbor Rosicky" is written from a third-person point of view. The narrator of this story is known as an omniscient narrator, which means they have full knowledge of the story's events and full knowledge of the character's thoughts. The objective of this lesson is to discuss and learn about the third-person point of view.

1) Class Discussion: What is the third-person point of view? How do you know that "Neighbor Rosicky" is written in a third-person point of view? Discuss how this story would have been different had the author written it in a first-person point of view. How would it have been different from a first-person point of view of a character other than Rosicky? How does reading this book in the third-person appeal to you as a reader?

2) Group discussion: Divide class into groups and have the groups discuss how characters in the book...

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