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Literary Terms Lesson for Points of View

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Grade 9, 10, 11, 12

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Discover the essence of points of view and their application in literature through this comprehensive literary terms lesson. Explore the main types of Point of View and their connections to narrative writing and analysis. These activities serve as an effective introduction or supplementary materials for units focused on creative narratives.

To fully comprehend and create literature, students must grasp the fundamental concepts and techniques utilized in literary art. L-EA's literary terms lessons empower students to learn and practice these techniques while offering valuable resources for teachers to assess student understanding.

Engage students in an illuminating exploration of points of view, nurturing their ability to analyze and create compelling literary works. This resource perfectly complements units centered around narrative writing and literary analysis, fostering students' growth as skilled writers and critics.

Teaching this resource is simple! Start it by presenting the included slideshow of literary terms and definitions while students use the accompanying worksheet to take notes. The, handout the accompanying homework assignment. Later in the week or following week, administer the quiz, which is provided as a printable or Google Form quiz (ideal for Google Classroom distribution!)

“Literary Terms Lesson: Points of View” includes:

  • - A presentation of 13 literary terms and definitions connected to point of view

  • - A presentation note-taking activity worksheet (w/ answer key)

  • - A writing assignment that asks students to use the presented terms in a piece of original writing

  • - A quiz assessment that includes definition matching (or drop-down selection), provided in 5 file types (Google Form, Easel assessment, PDF, ExamView test file, and ExamView test bank file)


Antihero, Hubris, Narrator, First-person narrator, Unreliable narrator, Omniscient narrator, Neutral omniscience, Limited omniscience, Point of view, Third-person narrator, Second-person narrator, Stream-of-consciousness, and Tone

Although this resource can be fitted for any secondary Language Arts classroom, it has been carefully designed to work best in grades 9, 10, 11, and 12. The included activities and quizzes are subtly but specifically tied to Common Core ELA Standard for Language (6). This resource is provided in a print-ready, bookmarked, and adjustable PDFs, Google Form, and PowerPoint Show files.

This resource contains: 7 Pages; 14 Slides; 1 Google Form; 2 Test Files.

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Vocabulary Literature Presentation Quiz Assignment

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