CLARK, NJ - In Kelly Williamson’s fifth grade class at Valley Road Elementary, students have been studying point of view in writing and in reading by participating in a variety of activities. In one activity, students wrote a story from the point of view of a snowman that was melting on the first day of spring. In another, students rewrote Cinderella from the point of view of another character.
VRS Students Discover Point of View
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