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Read the sentences from a story.

Manny cautiously approached the injured animal and slowly reached out to pet its back. He spoke to it in a gentle voice, wondering whether he could get it to Dr. Vito, the local vet, without causing more damage -- and without getting bitten. Then he wondered whether his mother could help.

What signals that the story is written using third-person narration?

Which statement best describes the contrast between Wendell and his friend Ana's perspectives in Seedfolks?

Which narration reveals a character with a friendly personality?

Read the excerpt from Gonzalo's narration in Seedfolks.

One afternoon I was watching TV, getting smart on The Brady Bunch. Suddenly I looked up. He was gone. I checked the halls on all five floors of the apartment house. I ran to the street. He wasn't in the bodega or the pawnshop. I called his name, imagining my mother's face when she found out he'd fallen through a manhole or been run over. I turned the corner, looking for the white straw hat he always wore. Two blocks down I spotted it. I flew down the sidewalk and found him standing in front of a vacant lot, making gestures to a man with a shovel.

How would this part of the story be different if it were told from Tío Juan's perspective?

Read the sentences from a story.

I walked to the front of the classroom and then turned to face my classmates. I wondered for a moment whether they knew what my speech would be about.

Which type of narration is used to express perspective?

Why did the author of Seedfolks most likely make Kim's character think about her father when she is in the vacant lot?

Which narration reveals a character with a shy personality?

Read the excerpt from Gonzalo's narration in Seedfolks.

One morning he wandered outside and down the street. My mother practically fainted.

Why does the author most likely have Gonzalo share his mother's perspective?

Which sentence provides the best clue to Kim's perspective on her father's death in Seedfolks?

Read the excerpt from Wendell's narration in Seedfolks.

I scraped up a ring of dirt around the first plant, to hold the water and any rain that fell. I picked up the pitcher and poured water slowly. Then I heard something move and spun around. The girl was there, stone-still, ten feet away, holding her own water jar.

She hadn't seen me behind the refrigerator. She looked afraid for her life. Maybe she thought I’d jump up and grab her. I gave her a smile and showed her that I was just giving her plants some water. This made her eyes go even bigger. I stood up slowly and backed away. I smiled again. She watched me leave. We never spoke one word.

How would this part of the story be different if it were told from Kim's perspective?

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