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Teaching Point of View With Two Bad Ants

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Teaching Point of View With Two Bad Ants

Grades 3 – 5
Lesson Plan Type Standard Lesson
Estimated Time Two 50-minute sessions
Lesson Author

Sharon Morris

San Angelo, Texas

Publisher

International Reading Association

 

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Lauren

September 29, 2010

I taught this lesson and it went over so well! I didn't have a lot of time, so I wasn't able to read the entire book; however, I did read the poem "Giant Children" by Brod Bagert and the kids loved it! I liked the comparison of the book and the poem because the poem is written in first person and the book is written in third. I think it helped make the distinction clear.

 

 

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