Narrator's Point of View

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Narrator’s Point of View : 

Narrator’s Point of View

First Person Second Person Third Person

First Person : 

First Person That means you said "I found Snoopy in my lunch box" Or "I found a mysterious package where my sandwich used to be.

First person is done from a single character's point of view (POV) through out the book. : 

First person is done from a single character's point of view (POV) through out the book.

First Person : 

First Person

Slide 6: 

" When you use “ I ” you are writing in first person.

Second Person : 

Second Person

Slide 8: 

But what if you are telling someone else's story?

There are two ways to do that. : 

There are two ways to do that.

If the story uses "you," then it is "second person." : 

If the story uses "you," then it is "second person."

For instance, paragraphs that give instructions are often in second person. : 

For instance, paragraphs that give instructions are often in second person.

A sentence might say, "You should first turn on the CD player“ or "Watch for the red light to know that the power is on." : 

A sentence might say, "You should first turn on the CD player“ or "Watch for the red light to know that the power is on."

Third Person : 

Third Person

And then when the story is written to talk ABOUT the characters, that is "third" person. : 

And then when the story is written to talk ABOUT the characters, that is "third" person.

Examples of those kinds of sentences would be: "Sam saw the old lady trying to cross the street" or "The dog raced to help his master." : 

Examples of those kinds of sentences would be: "Sam saw the old lady trying to cross the street" or "The dog raced to help his master."

Key words to decide which person the story is spoken : 

Key words to decide which person the story is spoken

First Person : 

First Person I Me My

Second PersonYou : 

Second PersonYou

Third PersonHeSheThey : 

Third PersonHeSheThey

Example:The speaker expresses his views, as in "I ate the apple." : 

Example:The speaker expresses his views, as in "I ate the apple."

Answer:First Person : 

Answer:First Person

Example:The speaker speaks to another, as in "You ate the apple." : 

Example:The speaker speaks to another, as in "You ate the apple."

Answer:Second Person : 

Answer:Second Person

Example:The speaker is speaking about another person, as in "She ate the apple." : 

Example:The speaker is speaking about another person, as in "She ate the apple."

Answer:Third Person : 

Answer:Third Person

Quiz Time : 

Quiz Time

How strange it seemed to the sad woman, as she watched the growth, and the beauty that became every day more brilliant, and the intelligence that threw its quivering sunshine over the tiny features of this child! Her Pearl! But she named the infant "Pearl," as being of great price,--purchased with all she had,--her mother's only treasure! How strange, indeed! Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter : 

How strange it seemed to the sad woman, as she watched the growth, and the beauty that became every day more brilliant, and the intelligence that threw its quivering sunshine over the tiny features of this child! Her Pearl! But she named the infant "Pearl," as being of great price,--purchased with all she had,--her mother's only treasure! How strange, indeed! Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter

Third Person : 

Third Person

Call me Ishmael. Some years ago--never mind how long precisely--having little or no money in my purse, and nothing particular to interest me on shore, I thought I would sail about a little and see the watery part of the world.            Herman Melville : 

Call me Ishmael. Some years ago--never mind how long precisely--having little or no money in my purse, and nothing particular to interest me on shore, I thought I would sail about a little and see the watery part of the world.            Herman Melville

First Person : 

First Person

"Good-bye, my son. Bless you!" Mr. Turveydrop said this in quite a pious manner, and it seemed to do his son good, who, in parting from him, was so pleased with them, so dutiful to him, and so proud of him that I almost felt as if it were an unkindness to the younger man not to be able to believe implicitly in the elder.            Charles Dickens, Bleak House : 

"Good-bye, my son. Bless you!" Mr. Turveydrop said this in quite a pious manner, and it seemed to do his son good, who, in parting from him, was so pleased with them, so dutiful to him, and so proud of him that I almost felt as if it were an unkindness to the younger man not to be able to believe implicitly in the elder.            Charles Dickens, Bleak House

First Person : 

First Person

Jello CakeThis is a delicious and simple recipe to make. It's also called "Poke Cake." Try it! You will need to follow these steps: 1. Use a sheet cake (9 x 13) baking pan. Prepare an ordinary white cake mix according to box directions. 2. Make holes in sheet cake with fork or chopstick when cool. Holes should go all the way through cake to bottom pan. Entire cake should be perforated this way with holes every 1/2 - 3/4 inch. 3. Prepare a large box of flavored gelatin with 2 cups of boiling water and stir to dissolve completely. Do not chill. 4. Pour warm gelatin liquid evenly over entire cake. Holes in cake allow gelatin to seep into cake. 5. Place cake in refrigerator until gelatin firms, about 3 hours. 6. Spread delicious whipped topping (8 oz thawed) over top of cake and decorate with colorful candy sprinkles. You will find the jello cake to be Yummy! : 

Jello CakeThis is a delicious and simple recipe to make. It's also called "Poke Cake." Try it! You will need to follow these steps: 1. Use a sheet cake (9 x 13) baking pan. Prepare an ordinary white cake mix according to box directions. 2. Make holes in sheet cake with fork or chopstick when cool. Holes should go all the way through cake to bottom pan. Entire cake should be perforated this way with holes every 1/2 - 3/4 inch. 3. Prepare a large box of flavored gelatin with 2 cups of boiling water and stir to dissolve completely. Do not chill. 4. Pour warm gelatin liquid evenly over entire cake. Holes in cake allow gelatin to seep into cake. 5. Place cake in refrigerator until gelatin firms, about 3 hours. 6. Spread delicious whipped topping (8 oz thawed) over top of cake and decorate with colorful candy sprinkles. You will find the jello cake to be Yummy!

Second Person : 

Second Person

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King Vortigern the usurper sat upon his throne in London, when, suddenly, upon a certain day, ran in a breathless messenger, and cried aloud-- "Arise, Lord King, for the enemy is come; even Ambrosius and Uther, upon whose throne thou sittest--and full twenty thousand with them--and they have sworn by a great oath, Lord, to slay thee, ere this year be done; and even now they march towards thee as the north wind of winter for bitterness and haste." James Knowles The Legends Of King Arthur and His Knights

Third Person : 

Third Person

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