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Point of View

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Oscar Lin

on 24 September 2013

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Transcript of Point of View

Point of View
By Alex, Joey, Oscar and Ben
Types of POV
Narrations with the perspective of “I” or “we”. From the narrator’s perspective

eg. I love this presentation
First Person
Second Person
Using the pronouns “you” and “your” to address the reader. A rare type of narration.

eg. Don't you just love this presentation?


Third Person Limited
Third Person Omniscient
Most common form of perspective, using "he", "she" and "it" but with the view of only one character.

eg. He couldn't believe how amazing this slide show is.
Same as the limited counterpart but through the perspective of several or all the characters

eg. Jimmy thought the presentation was good but
Sarah thought it was incredible.
A fantastic presentation

1. Dan loves his brother David.
T/F
2. Who is "the clumsy one" in this story?
A) Dan
B) Perry
C) David
D) Steve
3. Their family can only afford one person to college and so Dan goes because he is the smarter one in the family.
T/F
Quiz
4. In what point of view is this story told in?
A) First person
B) Second person
C) Third person limited
D) Third person omniscient
What is Point of View?
The perspective


How you see, hear, feel the world in the story


From whom the story is told from
choosing the appropriate POV
allow your character to develop
allow your story to be told at full effectiveness

If not used appropriately you can confuse the reader
5.Due to point of view, we don't get to know any of David's thoughts through out the story.
T/F
and this is important because..
6. If the story was told in a different point of view, would it still have the same meanings?
Yes/No
Discussion Time
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