Your class will learn about different writing perspectives by downloading Point of View worksheets from the Easy Teacher catalog.

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 Easy Teacher Point of View worksheets that challenge your kids to look at writing from a second and third person point of view. After learning about the three primary points of view, teachers should then move into the more difficult third person derivative points of view that expand the literary talents of your class.

You teach your kids to respect different points of view. Now, get them to learn how to write using different points of view.

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Printable Point of View Worksheets

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Point of View Clues

A sentence can contain “clue words” that will help you to figure out the point of view (first, second, third) of a story. Study the clue words below. Then sort them into the correct boxes.

Identifying Points of View

Identify the point of view in each passage. Explain your answer.

Point of View

Read the sentence and write the point of view. Then tell how you know.

Point of View in Fiction

The narrator is the person telling the story. A narrator may take part in the story, or may be an outside observer. The position of the narrator in the story is called the "point of view."

Part 2 of Reading

This sheet goes with the previous worksheet.

Questions to Answer

Does the narrator reveal himself in the passage? How? What is the effect?

Understanding Point of View

Write the definition for each point of view.

What's the Point of View?

Read each passage. Choose the point of view of each passage. Write its letter on the line.

Point of View as a Stylistic Choice In Fiction

Are there other possible points of view for this story? Explain. Why do you think the author decided to tell the story from this particular point of view?

Point of View: Clue Words

Write each clue word in the box where it belongs.

Point of View and Plot

Is the character that the story is about the same character that is telling the story? In your opinion, why or why not?

More Questions

Why do you think the author chose to tell the story like he or she did? How would the story be different if it had been told from a different point of view?

Spill the Beans

: Read each passage. Identify the point of view and how you know.

Point of View

The passage below is from the short story "A Scandal in Bohemia" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Read the passage. Then answer the questions.

Sherlock

The main character of the story is Sherlock Holmes. He is also the one who knows more than anyone else, and the one who ultimately solves this mystery.

Point of View and Characterization

The passage below is the opening of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. Read the passage.

Question the Original

The passage below is the opening of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. Read the passage.

How I Know

Read each passage and write the point of view. Then tell how you know.

Point of View Worksheet

Write something that demonstrates third person limited point of view.

My Sentence

Write a sentence as an example of third person omniscient point of view.