One of the biggest obstacles for English students is to learn how to write from different points of view. With the first person being the easiest point of writing view to learn, you want to focus on the worksheets that challenge your kids to look at writing from a second and third person point of view. After learning about the three primary distinct views, teachers should then move into the more difficult third person derivative view points that expand the literary talents of your class.
Students are taught to respect different points of view and to debate those view. We now want them to express their own points through writing and discussion.