Determining the Point of View of Narrators and Characters Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RL.3.6

Core Standard

Many times authors will elect to make the creative decision to use a narrator within a story. This has some great aspects, but it is not free of drawbacks. The narrator tells the story and in a way, drives the entire message home. The narrator also affects how the reader and audience, in general, view the characters. If the narrator negatively or positively portrays a certain character, so will the reader. This selection of worksheets will help students learn to improve their ability to piece apart the narrator from the characters.







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