Who is telling the story? – These are maximum length of passages that you will see for this standard and grade level.
Who is telling the story? – The first passage might throw you of the trail.
Who Am I? – These are much shorter than the second version of the worksheet.
Who Am I? 2 – Find the picture of the narrator.
Who is the Narrator? – See if you can figure out who is doing the talking?
Who is the Narrator? – These passages are a little bit comical.
Using Clues to Discover the Narrator – This worksheet reminds me of the game "Head Bands". If you have never heard of it, look it up pronto!
Using Clues to Discover the Narrator – It is a good practice to have them underline the clues throughout the passage.
Identifying the Narrator – You are presented with very long passages. This works on reading endurance.
The Tea Party – See if you can determine who wrote the work.
Getting Ready For Ballet – Is Jasmine ready? See who is telling the story.
The Big Kick - Who is Talking? – Break down dialogue within a reading passage.
A Halloween Party - Dialogue – You might need to do a little fact checking here for this one.
Who is the Narrator? – 3-4 sentence passages that you need to decipher.
Using Clues to Identify the Narrator – These are pretty straight forward. They make for good practice.