First, Second and Third Person Narration Posters
A set of three posters and a title page examining first, second and third person narration.
First person narration:
When you write in first person, you are talking about yourself.
Second person narration:
When you write in second person, you are writing to the reader.
Third person narration:
When you write in third person, you are writing about other people or characters without mentioning yourself.
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Australian Curriculum alignment
English > Year 3 > Literature > Creating literature > ACELT1601
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English > Year 3 > Literacy > Creating texts > ACELY1682
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English > Year 4 > Literacy > Interpreting, analysing, evaluating > ACELY1690
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English > Year 4 > Literacy > Creating texts > ACELY1694
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English > Year 5 > Literature > Examining literature > ACELT1610
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English > Year 5 > Literacy > Texts in context > ACELY1698
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English > Year 5 > Literacy > Creating texts > ACELY1704
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English > Year 6 > Literature > Creating literature > ACELT1618
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English > Year 3 > Literature > Creating literature > ACELT1791
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English > Year 4 > Literature > Creating literature > ACELT1794
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