Students will be able to identify at least two different points of view in a story.
Students will be able to explain how a character’s point of view shapes their understanding and stance.
Students will be able to make an inference with sentence structures using sentence frames.
Tell students that today they will be learning some sentence structures and vocabulary that will help them make inferences about other people's (or characters') feelings.
Explain that when we can recognize and infer how other people are feeling and why, then we can begin to understand their perspective.
Clarify that perspective is a person's (or character's) point of view, or the way they see and experience things. In a fictional story, there may be multiple perspectives to consider. Explain that understanding the different perspectives in a story can help us understand it on a deeper level.