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The Big Bad Wolf: Analyzing Point of View in Texts

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The Big Bad Wolf: Analyzing Point of View in Texts

Grades 6 – 8
Lesson Plan Type Standard Lesson
Estimated Time Four or five 45-minute sessions
Lesson Author

Laurie A. Henry, Ph.D.

Laurie A. Henry, Ph.D.

Lexington, Kentucky


International Reading Association


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October 30, 2012

I am excited to try out this lesson on analyzing view points. I have been doing the same with the students of my Grade 6 class using the book'Voices in the Park' by Anthony Browne. The students are enjoying analyzing each voice in the book using images, font, language and punctuation.



January 27, 2012

I actually was wondering the same thing! I lover Dr. Andreotti's work!



March 22, 2011

I was wondering is this lesson based on Dr. Vanessa Andreotti's model on critical literacy???



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