We talked about author's viewpoint for the first time last week. This week we're reading Dear Mr. Henshaw and covering it again.
On Wed. or Thursday, my students are going to pick a topic covered in this story - writing, divorce, lunches, stealing, etc. and find information from the story that helps you determine the author's viewpoint. They're going to write this info in thought bubbles that they cut out and draw a picture from the story to which they'll attach the thought bubbles.
At least that's the plan...
It may get tweaked, as I'm not finished lesson planning yet.
Perhaps you could do that with one of your student's reading stories.