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Identifying Points of View — Let's Practice!

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Today we are practicing whose point of view with Goopaw! This video contains examples to help you further practice and grow confident in this area.

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Goopaw says get ready to practice identifying points of view! Here is an example. Antarctica is a beautiful continent, with average temperatures of minus seventy. I think it would be too cold to go there. Can you identify the author's and reader's point of view? This is the author's point of view. This is the reader's point of view. Let's look at another example. I think it is confusing that sloths live on land, but are better in water. Sloths are amazing swimmers, which is a surprising fact. Can you identify the author's and reader's point of view? This is the author's point of view. This is the reader's point of view. Here is the next example. The sun is ninety-three million miles from Earth, which is a very long distance. Even though the sun is far away, it amazes me that it still looks so big to us. Can you identify the author's and reader's point of view? This is the author's point of view. This is the reader's point of view. Here is the final example. Following the my plate guidelines is good for your health. Eating lots of fruit and vegetables is better for me because I cannot eat dairy. Can you identify the author's and reader's point of view? This is the author's point of view. This is the reader's point of view. Goopaw had so much fun practicing with you today! See you next time!

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