Grade 3 Reading Information - Points of View
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Grade 3 Reading Information - Points of View

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Sometimes, people have different opinions and points of view about a topic than the author. The author's words reveal their point of view. However, not everyone's point of view is the same. In a story, a student should be able to determine their point of view about a text. In this quiz, the students will answer questions about the author's point of view and compare it to their own.

Story - Video Games

Video games have only been around for a few years. Many parents did not play video games when they were young. Now, video games can be played at home or on a cell phone. Some parents believe that children spend too much time playing video games. Instead, they should be playing outside. They should be doing their homework or getting some exercise.

Today, children play over six hours a week of video games. Every year, the amount of hours increases. Children are playing video games more and more. Now, these children say that they are playing video games at home and away from home.

It is believed that children should put down the video games. They should read a book or play a sport. This will help them become better students. It will also let them learn how to play with a group of people.
1.
Read the story above - Video Games.
How does the author feel about video games?
He thinks everyone should play video games.
He doesn't care who plays video games.
He thinks children play video games too much.
He thinks children should play more video games.
The author believes that children spend too much time playing video games.
2.
Read the story above - Video Games.
How would most children's point of view be different than the author's point of view?
Most children would hate video games.
Most children would love video games.
Most children would agree with the author.
Most children would think people spend too much time playing video games.
Most likely, most children would like to play video games and would disagree with the author.
3.
Read the story above - Video Games.
How does the amount of hours playing video games change every year?
It decreases.
It increases.
It stays the same.
No one knows.
Every year the amount of hours people spend playing video games increases.
4.
Read the story above - Video Games.
What words let you know how the author feels about video games?
Video games have only been around for a few years.
They should be doing their homework or getting some exercise.
Video games can be played at home or on a cell phone.
Many parents did not play video games when they were younger.
This sentence lets you know how the author feels.
5.
Read the story above - Video Games.
What does the author think children should be doing?
Their homework.
Playing video games.
Watching television.
Yelling at their brothers.
The author thinks that children should be doing their homework.
6.
Read the story above - Video Games.
How long have video games been around?
Hundreds of years.
A few years.
One year.
Thousands of years.
According to the author, video games have only been around for a few years.
7.
Read the story above - Video Games.
Where does the author think children should be playing?
In their rooms.
At school.
Outside.
In the kitchen.
The author thinks that children should be playing outside.
8.
Read the story above - Video Games.
Why should children play a sport instead of playing video games?
It will make them smarter.
It will let them learn more about video games.
It will let them learn how to play with a group of people.
It will let them get their homework done.
When children play sports, they learn how to function as a group.
9.
Read the story above - Video Games.
How many hours a week do children play video games?
10
6
4
14
Children play about six hours a week of video games.
10.
Read the story above - Video Games.
Where can video games be played?
Only in a store.
Only on a cell phone.
Only at home.
At home or on a cell phone.
Video games can be played at home or on a cell phone.
Author:  Amy Flanders

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