Is it considered stealing if a homeless hungry individual decides to walk into a grocery store and remove food because they are hungry? Do you agree or disagree? What is your point of view? Click the MP3 file below to listen to student’s points of view.
Class Point of View
Have you ever read a fairytale and really enjoyed it? What was your point of view about that fairytale? Have you ever wondered about other characters in a fairytale and what their points of view might be? For example, we are all familiar with Snow White. But, what about another character not mentioned in the story like Summer White? What is her point of view? Students in class have written some very interesting stories. Click the comment button to read further.
Imagine, at your favorite grocery store, you discover that you have been charged HST on a bag milk which cost $3.99, for a total of $4.51. What would you do in this situation? How would you react? What questions might you have? What is your point of view? Explain.
The way we treat others in our society is often the way people treat us. If we are kind to others, others will be kind to each other. Can kindness prevent or stop bullying in our schools, communities and the world? Click the comment link to read some great points of view.
During Kindness Week, students in class were asked to explain what is kindness and how a random act of kindness make a person feel. Click the comment link to read some great points of view.
In class, students studied a picture and were asked to write a story from their point of view. From their story and using visualization, students were asked to write a story using only pictures in Google Slides. Students later shared their work through Google with another classmate. After sharing with a classmate, students were asked to write their own version of the story. The author of the story later compared the two stories for similarities and differences. Scan the QR code below to view the story.
Have you ever seen a picture and wondered, “What is going on here?” As we grow as individuals, we learn and process things through our points view. What is your point of view about this picture? What is the situation, what are the events that lead to the picture? Is there a point of view missing? Click the comment link to read more.
Have you ever read the picture book “Diary of a Worm” by Doreen Cronin? What is your point of view about the book? What would your life be like if you were a worm? Click the comment link and read some great points of view about the book.
In class, students had an opportunity to give a point of view about caring and write about who in our class best exemplifies the character trait. Click the comment link to read some great student work.
Have you ever wondered how the First Nations Peoples of North America came or originated? Students in class read an article called “The First Peoples” and summarized the article. Please click the comment to read.