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Point of View. Point of View. Point of view is the perspective or viewpoint that a character or narrator has in a story. May be stated directly, may have to be inferred from the words and actions of a character.

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Point of View
  • Point of view is the perspective or viewpoint that a character or narrator has in a story.
    • May be stated directly, may have to be inferred from the words and actions of a character.
  • Authors often give characters contrasting or different points of view to create conflict.
  • A character’s point of view may or may not change throughout a story to help reveal the theme.
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Act 3
  • In Act 2, Anne and Helen moved to a cottage so they could be alone for Anne to teach Helen. Helen has learned not to be so wild and to obey, but she still does not understand the meaning of the letters that Anne spells to her.
  • In Act 3, Anne and Helen are returning and having a welcome back dinner with Captain Keller, Kate, James, and Aunt Ev.
point of view activity
Point of View Activity
  • While reading Act 3 of The Miracle Worker, stop at the numbered sections to reflect on the point of view of that character and complete the organizer questions.
  • Assign the following roles:
    • Stage Directions/Aunt Ev/Kate
    • Annie
    • James/Helen
    • Keller
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Point of View Activity
  • Using your graphic organizer from Act 3 and your copy of Act 1, create a Fakebook page for a character from The Miracle Worker.
  • Draw a picture of the character and fill in their information, friends, and likes based on your readings of Act 1 and Act 3.
  • Include four status updates to reveal how that character’s point of view changed or stayed the same throughout the drama.
  • Include four comments from other characters that reveal how those characters have contrasting points of view.