This Digital Reading Unit for Nonfiction is filled with lots of focused Point of View practice for 3rd graders and can be completed in Google Slides™ or PowerPoint. The paperless reading unit for Google Classroom™ has ten slides with two sets of high-interest passages, two vocabulary activities, two comprehension slides, and four slides that focus on identifying the author’s point of view and distinguishing it from the student’s own point of view using nonfiction text.
3 passages (The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Wild Boars in Vineyards, and A Farmer in Tuscany)
2 sets of vocabulary
2 sets of comprehension questions
4 point of view activity slides
Answer Key Versions
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•This Digital Reading Unit targets identifying the point of view (of the author and of the student) which is a key reading standard.
•It may be used in a number of ways from independent work, literacy centers, homework, test prep, and more!!!*This reading unit also is easy to plan and easy to use for distance learning.
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Need another grade?
Here are the 4th Grade Digital Reading Units:
Digital Reading Fiction for 4th Grade (Bundle of 10 units)
Digital Reading Nonfiction for 4th Grade (Bundle of 10 units)
Digital Reading Fiction and Nonfiction (Bundle of 20 units)
Here are the 5th Grade Digital Reading Units:
Digital Reading Fiction for 5th Grade (Bundle of 10 units)
Digital Reading Nonfiction for 5th Grade (Bundle of 10 units)
Digital Reading Fiction and Nonfiction for 5th Grade (Bundle of 20 units)
Looking for more 3rd Grade reading activities?
Fiction and Nonfiction 20 Reading Games Bundle for 3rd Grade
Nonfiction Reading Games Bundle for 3rd Grade
Fiction Reading Games Bundle for 3rd Grade
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