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CMS students learn about point of view

Campbellsville Middle School students are learning the elements of a story in their reading class.

 

In Maranda Wright’s fourth-grade classes, students have studied point of view.

 

They learned the differences between first, second and third person as written in stories.

 

To practice their knowledge, students worked in pairs to read a paragraph and then decide what point of view in which the story is written.

 

CMS fourth-graders Lillian Sears and Jacob Simpson read a passage to determine what point of view in which they believe it is written.

CMS fourth-graders Lillian Sears and Jacob Simpson read a passage to determine what point of view in which they believe it is written.

 

CMS fourth-grade teacher Maranda Wright talks to her class about the three points of view in a story.

CMS fourth-grade teacher Maranda Wright talks to her class about the three points of view in a story.

 

CMS fourth-graders Arthur Singleton and Brooklynn Giles work to determine what point of view they believe their story is written.

CMS fourth-graders Arthur Singleton and Brooklynn Giles work to determine what point of view they believe their story is written.

 

CMS fourth-graders Kylee Sowders, at left, and Keeley Dicken work together to determine in which point of view they believe their passage is written.

CMS fourth-graders Kylee Sowders, at left, and Keeley Dicken work together to determine in which point of view they believe their passage is written.

 

CMS fourth-grade teacher Maranda Wright talks to fourth-graders Falicity Lewis and Kaleb Martin about the different points of view a writer can choose.

CMS fourth-grade teacher Maranda Wright talks to fourth-graders Falicity Lewis and Kaleb Martin about the different points of view a writer can choose.





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