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Grade 7 The Power of Point of ViewELA Grade 7 The Power of Point of View, Lesson 3 Resource 3.4 Grade 7 The Power of Point of View Vocabulary -- Fiction
Vocabulary point of view first-person third-person, limited omniscient
Point of View The vantage point from which a story is told
First-Person The narrator is a character in the story.The narrator tells the story through only his/her perspective.
Third-Person, Limited The narrator is not a character in the story.The narrator tells the story through the thoughts and feelings of just one character.
Omniscient Point of ViewThe narrator is not a character in the story. The narrator tells the story through the most personal thoughts and feelings of all the characters.
It is the voice of the story.
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