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Grade 1 Point of View CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RL.1.6
The girls were talking about going out to eat this weekend. Hannah wanted to go eat Chinese, but Yasmin wanted pizza. Elizabeth, who was always difficult, definitely wanted a cheeseburger. So Jackie suggested that they go to several places and have a buffet at home. Sujey thought this was an excellent idea.

This passage is written using which point of view?
  1. first person
  2. second person
  3. third person
Grade 1 Point of View CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RL.1.6
Read this passage from "Helen Keller": As I lay in my bed that night, I wept as I hope few children have wept. I felt so cold, I imagined I should die before morning and the thought comforted me."
Question: What point of view is the author using?
  1. Second person
  2. First person
  3. Third person
Grade 1 Point of View CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RL.1.6
Sally's mom said she could get a dog for her birthday. They went to the dog pound to choose her new puppy. She had a hard time picking her puppy because they were all so cute. Finally she chose one that looked like it needed her.

What point of view is this story written from?
  1. First Person
  2. Second Person
  3. Third Person
  4. None of the above
Grade 1 Point of View CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RL.1.7
There was once a wolf, and he got very hungry, and so he went to have a look to see what he could find for dinner. After a bit he saw a ram feeding in a meadow, so he went up to him and said: “Mr. Ram, Mr. Ram, I'm going to eat you!” But the ram answered: “Who are you, I should like to know, that you mean to eat me?”

“I'm a wolf, and I'm looking for a good dinner,” said the wolf. “What sort of a wolf do you fancy you are?” answered the ram, “you're not, you're a dog!” “No, I'm not a dog,” said he, “I'm a wolf.” “Well then,” answered the ram, “if you're a wolf, stand at the bottom of the hill and open your jaws wide. Then I'll run down the hill and jump straight into your mouth.” “All right,” said the wolf.

So he stood at the bottom of the hill and opened his mouth wide, while the ram climbed to the top of the hill. Then he ran down the hill very fast, and hit the wolf with his horns as hard as he could.

The wolf rolled over, knocked senseless with the blow, while the ram ran off home. And there lay the wolf, till at last he came to himself again, with all his bones aching.

“Well, what a fool I must have been!” thought he. “Who ever saw a ram jump into one's mouth of his own free will?”

Based on the picture below, how does the wolf feel?
  1. happy
  2. hungry
  3. disappointed
  4. angry
Grade 1 Point of View CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RL.1.6
Baa, baa, black sheep,
Have you any wool?
Yes, marry, have I,
Three bags full;
One for my master,
And one for my dame,
And one for the little boy
Who lives in the lane.

Who is speaking when the passage says "One for my master"?
  1. The narrator
  2. The dame
  3. The little boy
  4. The black sheep
Grade 1 Point of View CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RL.1.6
Baa, baa, black sheep,
Have you any wool?
Yes, marry, have I,
Three bags full;
One for my master,
And one for my dame,
And one for the little boy
Who lives in the lane.

Who is likely speaking when the passage says "Baa, baa black sheep"?
  1. The dame
  2. The master
  3. The narrator
  4. The black sheep
Grade 1 Point of View CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RL.1.6
There was once a wolf, and he got very hungry, and so he went to have a look to see what he could find for dinner. After a bit he saw a ram feeding in a meadow, so he went up to him and said: “Mr. Ram, Mr. Ram, I'm going to eat you!” But the ram answered: “Who are you, I should like to know, that you mean to eat me?”

“I'm a wolf, and I'm looking for a good dinner,” said the wolf. “What sort of a wolf do you fancy you are?” answered the ram, “you're not, you're a dog!” “No, I'm not a dog,” said he, “I'm a wolf.” “Well then,” answered the ram, “if you're a wolf, stand at the bottom of the hill and open your jaws wide. Then I'll run down the hill and jump straight into your mouth.” “All right,” said the wolf.

So he stood at the bottom of the hill and opened his mouth wide, while the ram climbed to the top of the hill. Then he ran down the hill very fast, and hit the wolf with his horns as hard as he could.

The wolf rolled over, knocked senseless with the blow, while the ram ran off home. And there lay the wolf, till at last he came to himself again, with all his bones aching.

“Well, what a fool I must have been!” thought he. “Who ever saw a ram jump into one's mouth of his own free will?”

Who is telling this story?
  1. The wolf
  2. The ram
  3. A narrator
Grade 1 Point of View CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RL.1.6
She said, "I don't know what I'm going to do."
  1. First Person
  2. Third Person
Grade 1 Point of View CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RL.1.6
When I went to the store, I witnessed a girl crying on the street and I took a closer look and saw it was my friend. I walked to where she was and asked her what was wrong.
She said, "Family problems." Being a good friend, I told her to call me later if she wanted to talk about it.

The passage is written using which point of view?
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