March 19, 2014

posted Mar 19, 2014, 4:35 AM by Jeff Maxim

We've learned how to compare and contrast character traits and we've also learned how to compare and contrast setting. Today, we're going to compare and contrast points of view in a more than one article.


Objective

Compare and contrast authors' points of view..

    
Mini-lesson
We've learned how to compare and contrast many things, such as setting and characters. Today, we will look at comparing/contrasting points of view

Click here to review today's minilesson about comparing/contrasting points of view.

Today's assignment

Here is a copy of today's reading (but you'll have a paper copy for annotations in class).

Here are today's questions.


What you'll be graded on

  1. Have you answered all parts of the question?
  2. Did you write at least four sentences?
What should my answer look like?
Here's the example answer Mr. Maxim gave you when you compared and contrasted settings in Esperanza Rising.
Your answer should be similar to this, but instead of comparing/contrasting settings, you'll talk about points of view

Need Extra Help?

  • You can walk through this lesson, which will show you more about how to compare/contrast points of view.

Finish early?

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