6th Grade Point of View
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the narrator (the voice that is telling the story) is a character who is part of the action and uses the first-person pronouns I, me, and my. The reader sees everything through this character's eyes.
the narrator is an all-knowing observer, not a character, who knows what every character thinks and feels
the narrator relates some thoughts and feelings of only one character - but that character is not actually telling the story
She went to her best friend's house to study. When she got there, she started to wonder how big her best friend's dog Jasper had gotten. They went outside and rode their bikes for 20 minutes, went back to the house to study, ate dinner, and then she went back home.
"Do you love candy?" I asked my friend Roxis. I always make friends with other people.
One day Tina went to the movies. She went to see Epic Movie. Tina thought she should purchase a plate of nachos, a pop, and a box of candy, but her friend thought she shouldn't. Tina purchased the food anyway.
Emma never seemed to reach her goal. She knew that her cookies were good but she could never raise the 500 dollars to enter the contest. None of the other contestants even looked her way.
This narrator uses pronouns "I," "me," "my."
This narrator is like a god.
This narrator knows ALL character' thoughts.
This narrator is a character in the story.
This narrator is NOT a character in the story, but zooms in on only one character
This narrator's name means "all-knowing."
This narrator is the only one that cannot always be trusted to tell the truth.
Like first person, this narrator only shares one character's thoughts and feelings.
With this narrator, we get to know the secrets of all characters in the story.
Like the omniscient narrator, this narrator also uses pronouns "he" and "she."
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