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This literary elements lesson uses a “narrator’s point of view” and Little Red Riding Hood

Subject:

Language Arts  

Grades:

5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12  

Title – Point of View/Narrator
By – Denise Christie
Primary Subject – Language Arts
Grade Level – 5-12

COURSE: English 1

LESSON PLAN: POINT OF VIEW AND NARRATOR/LITERARY ELEMENTS

ARIZONA STATE STANDARDS:

      R9-S1C6-1-4

      R9-S2C1-01-04

      W9-S2C1-01-5

      W9-S2C4-01-5

      W9-S3C1-01

      W9-S3C5-01

    W9-S3 LS-P4

MATERIALS:

      Pen, paper, pencil,

Little Red Riding Hood

      by The Grimm Brothers, DVD player,

Hoodwinked

    (Movie)

STATED OBJECTIVE: (WRITTEN ON THE BOARD – BLOOM’S TAXONOMY VERBS/ASSESSMENT)

      1. SWBAT analyze and respond to literary elements in ,

Little Red Riding Hood

      , focusing on narrator and point of view

      2. SWBAT watch, listen, comprehend, analyze and critique the film,

Hoodwinked

      3. SWBAT develop word analysis skills, fluency and systematic vocabulary using words from the story,

Little Red Riding Hood

      .

      4. SWBAT understand and apply written and oral language conventions.

      5. SWBAT understand and apply appropriate writing and research strategies by completing RRQ on

Little Red Riding Hood

    6. SWBAT understand and apply listening and speaking strategies.

KEY VOCABULARY:

      Fairytale

      narrator

      point of view

      first person

      Second person

      omniscient

      all-knowing

    continuum

ANTICIPATORY SET: (BRIDGE FROM PREVIOUS LESSON/BACKGROUND AND RELEVANCY)

    How can you tell who the narrator in a story is?

INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGY:

      reading

      discussion

      linguistic transfer

      lecture
      organizing

    brainstorming

INSTRUCTIONAL DETAILS:

  • Bell work: What is Point-of-View?
  • Instructor will write POV on board and students will brainstorm and shout out anything that they want in reference to Point of View. This should lead into a class discussion of Point of View and the different types.
  • Instructor will draw a line of the board and show how an all knowing person (like Santa) is on one end of the spectrum and they are on the other with first person. Have the students add various items to their diagrams.
  • Class will read, Little Red Riding Hood
  • Class will discuss the story in reference to Point of View.
  • Class will watch Hoodwinked , which is the Red Riding Hood Story in all the characters perspectives or point of view.
  • Students will now rewrite the story in their point of view.

CHECK FOR UNDERSTANDING: (MIN. OF 6 QUESTIONS TIED TO BLOOM’S TAXONOMY)

      1. What is Point of View?

      2. What is a narrator?

      3. What are the various types of Point of View?

      4. What are some signs that will help you identify what the point of view is?

    5. Why is it important to be able to see other people’s perspectives?

CLOSURE:

    Point of View is very important in analyzing literature. You cannot truly understand a piece of literature until you can dissect it and know the point of view and why the author chose that style.

ASSESSMENT: (ALIGNED WITH STATED OBJECTIVE)

      Class discussion

    Writing assignment

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