Narrator's Point of View Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RL.6.6

Core Standard

When we are enjoying a story that is lead by a narrator, we often forget to look at the vision of the narrator. Do they see things different than a normal person because of the circumstance or situation? Narrators of stories will often approach the work in the first-person. This is where the narrator tells most, if not all, of the story. In these cases, the narrator is often the main character of the work. The narrator can also take a third-person view and tell the story as they observe it or have had it told to them. These worksheets will help students learn how to breakdown and understand the view point of a narrator in a work.









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