Point of View Worksheets To Print:
Using Narratives - The passage you read is the opening of a novel. Explain
how the point of view is likely to affect the truth or accuracy of
the story being told.
Clue Words -
Write each clue word in the box where it belongs.
Tough Points -
Read each passage. Identify the point of view.
Elementary! - The main character of the story is Sherlock Holmes.
He is also the one who knows more than anyone else, and the one who
ultimately solves this mystery.
Sniff It Out -
Identify the point of view in each passage. Write it on the line.
- Who is tell the story in each reading passage? Write your answers
on the lines.
- This is just one of the many elements that writers use to achieve certain
affects in their stories.
Clue Words - Some words are like clues that help you to
figure out the point of view (first, second, third) of a story.
Sort the clue words below into the correct boxes.
Who Said It? - You will need to confirm how you came to your conclusion here.
Build Suspense - How would the story be different if it was told from a different angle?
Passage Points - Who is directing the story in each of these paragraphs?
Tell Us - Why do you think the author decided to tell the story in the way that they did?
First Person - Name something you have read recently that is written in the first person.