Use these 24 differentiated task cards to teach your 2nd-3rd grade students about differing points of view in fiction stories. The stories are on the cards, so you do not need to search for texts to use for practicing this standard.
Every classroom has a range of learners. Some students need to move at a slower pace. Others are ready for more advanced work. This pack includes activities for ALL of these learners. Everything is differentiated. Activities are discreetly marked so that you know, but your students do not.
EVERY CARD is text based, which means the TASK AND TEXT is included on the card. The reading level and question prompts get more complex as you move from Task 1 to Task 24.
Since this pack is recommended for grades 2 and 3, the cards are aligned to both grade level standards. The first twelve cards are more closely aligned to grade 2 and the second twelve cards are more closely aligned to grade 3.
THREE FORMATS INCLUDED
You can choose to use any of the three following formats:
1. Google Classroom (digital option)
2. Multiple Choice
3. Open-Ended Questions
IS THERE AN ANSWER KEY?
Yes! A detailed answer key is included.
ARE THESE CARDS FOUND IN ANY OF YOUR OTHER PRODUCTS?
Yes. These cards are the same cards found in my 2nd/3rd Grade Reading Notebook for Literature
NOTE ABOUT THIS STANDARD: In the 2nd and 3rd grade CCSS standards for RL.2.6 and RL.3.6, the students are NOT practicing to identify the similarities and differences between stories told from the 1st or 3rd person point of view. These standards are more closely aligned to “perspective” and what each character’s perspective, or point of view, is in the story.
– Alyssha Swanson
Teaching and Tapas: 2nd Grade in Spain