Article written by Dr. Rozlyn Linder

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  1. Diane Smith
    Diane Smith September 26, 2013 at 7:04 pm | | Reply

    So, two questions. 1. So, with K-4, we are focusing on narrator’s point of view??? with Common Core? Also, 2. Your example with Goldilocks, isn’t that more so character description/traits- what the character does, feels, thinks, and says in a story?

  2. Donna
    Donna February 19, 2016 at 9:42 pm | | Reply

    Thanks so much for the clarification. I am new to teaching reading and language arts in the fiction realm. Every time I look at that standard I feel like I’m missing something or not getting it. I had an inkling it meant perspective and not narrative point of view but wasn’t certain so I didn’t know how/what to do with it. This was so helpful to me and meaningful. Thank you!!

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