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Ch 9: Ohio Assessments ELA: Point of View

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Watch engaging video lessons that examine point of view to prepare for the Ohio Assessments for Educators English Language Arts test. Self-assessment quizzes and a chapter exam help test your comprehension of the materials.

Ohio Assessments ELA: Point of View - Chapter Summary

The comprehensive video lessons in this chapter can strengthen your knowledge of point of view in literature as you prepare to take the Ohio Assessments English Language Arts test. Upon completion of this chapter, you should be able to address the following on the exam:

  • Analyzing first, second and third person
  • Examining point of view in fiction
  • Identifying types of narrators in literature
  • Understanding the role of the narrator in American novels
  • Describing how an author develops and contrasts point of view

The video lessons examine point of view in an engaging, yet comprehensive learning environment. This unique online approach helps you learn at your own pace while ensuring you fully understand the materials as you prepare to take the exam.

Ohio Assessments ELA: Point of View Chapter Objectives

Prospective educators take the Ohio Assessments English Language Arts test to secure educator licensure in the state and showcase their knowledge of the subject as they prepare to teach it in the classroom. The topics covered in this Ohio Assessments ELA: Point of View chapter are found in the analyzing and interpreting literature portion of the exam, which constitutes approximately 23% of the test. The video lessons in this chapter can strengthen your understanding point of view. Self-assessment quizzes can solidify that understanding and grant access to questions formatted similarly to those on the exam.

The test is composed completely of multiple-choice questions, many of which feature an example text, excerpt, passage or illustration for conceptualization or problem-solving purposes. Following each question is a set of four answers. You will be required to choose one of the four as the best answer to the question posed.

5 Lessons in Chapter 9: Ohio Assessments ELA: Point of View
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Point of View: First, Second & Third Person

1. Point of View: First, Second & Third Person

Just who is telling this story? In this lesson, we'll look at point of view, or the perspective from which a work is told. We'll review first person, second person and third person points of view.

Point of View in Fiction: First Person, Third Person & More

2. Point of View in Fiction: First Person, Third Person & More

In this lesson, we will explore point of view in fiction. We will learn about several possible points of view (first person, second person, and third person) and practice identifying them.

Narrators in Literature: Types and Definitions

3. Narrators in Literature: Types and Definitions

Learn how point of view, or the angle from which a story is told, impacts the narrative voice of a work of literature. Explore, through examples, how point of view can be limited, objective, or omniscient.

Role of the Narrator in American Novels: Types and Examples

4. Role of the Narrator in American Novels: Types and Examples

Thinking about who is telling the story in a novel, and what he or she might be leaving out, is crucial to understanding that novel. Learn about the various types of points of view in American novels, as well as a few specific, noteworthy narrators, in this lesson.

How an Author Develops & Contrasts Points of View

5. How an Author Develops & Contrasts Points of View

The point of view an author uses to tell a story is of great importance. Adding just one point of view can change a narrative completely. Read on to find out how authors use point of view in writing!

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