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Wall Decor Illustration Art Print by thelittleillustrator ~ Today I& grateful for the wide variety of people in my life who have helped me broaden my horizons and consider different points of view and reasoning.

Great point of view lesson with a student fave book!

I have this, need to find it.Teaching Point of View Dear Mrs. LaRue Letters from Obedience School by Mark Teague

Simple, fun activity for Wonder by R.J. Palacio

Simple, fun character point of view activity for Wonder by R. I'm thinking of having my students create word art with character traits about themselves.

"Who is Telling the Story?" (point of view anchor chart)

A Peek at My Week {9.7.14} Imagery, Dialogue & Point of View

fairy tales, told by the 'other' character in the story. Boy, these are a hoot! What a great way to teach point of view!

Fairy Tale - Seriously, Cinderella Is SO Annoying! The Story of Cinderella as Told by the Wicked Stepmother: point of view.must add this to my fairy tale unit!

It would be me telling this story like it was from my point of view, and people would be like, "Aw..are you two still together?" and I would say, "Oh heck no. I was not her...I was watching from the window..."

I SHIP IT HARDCORE MAN U DONT UNDERSTAND<< at 13 my love life consisted of me and ken the barbie what is this. << at 13 I was in a serious relationship with my fridge and yeah. Aha x << at 13 I was entering my relationship with the Naruto random.

Common Core Point of View ELA Standard 6 Sample Lesson With Anchor Charts by Trina R. Dralus (Free)

2 characters point of view (Common Core Point of View ELA Standard 6 Sample) Lesson With Anchor Charts by Trina R.

Point of View reading interactive notebook, CCSS, poster

Point of View reading interactive notebook, CCSS, poster

I absolutely love the perspective in this pair of images by German photographer Christopher Hassler shot in a tunnel using a fisheye lens.

Perspective photography makes everything much more interesting: 50 perfect shots

These awesome photos by German photographer Christopher Hassler, shot in a tunnel using a fisheye lens, have such a convincing tweaked perspective that they might just test the mettle of acrophobic viewers.

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