Reader vs. Author Point of View Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RI.3.6

Core Standard

It is often difficult to read your own work objectively. When we are emotional invested in any work, we often over look the flaws of the work. When we read the work of another, it is much easier to be objective and pick apart anything we see out of the norm. When a writer has an agenda that can be identified, based on how the reader feels about their goals, directly affects what preconceptions the reader has about the material. These worksheets can be used to help students less subjectively and be thought first with their work.









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