Lessons for Character Analysis

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  • Discussion questions for Shakespeare's Julius Caesar - … : Cover entire play; 2 or 3 weeks minimum Concepts Taught: Character analysis, interpretation, literary devices, literature in relation to history Within a … change soon); a summary of the main characters that serves as a guide to character analysis that I found elsewhere on the net … . 13. entrails * noun * guts; innards; organs inside a body. Main Characters in William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar Brutus * Of Noble Heritage …
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  • A Close Reading of The Lion and the Mouse - … meanings of select vocabulary, compare and analyze the characters, identify cause and effect in character development, and recount story elements. Subject(s … Office Instructional Time: 4 Hour(s) Keywords: close reading, fables, character analysis, informative writing, cause and effect, The Lion and the Mouse … class, determine the best trait for each character (see this link for examples of character traits). 3. Explain to the students that …
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  • Taking Photos of Curious George: Exploring Character Through Images - … 's book character Use a graphic organizer to describe the character's traits and personality Deepen their knowledge about the character by reading … ASSESSMENT/REFLECTIONS Assess your students' abilities to analyze and understand characters in stories during the discussions in Sessions 1 and 2 … time identifying character traits or understanding what kind of character George is, you may decide to teach some lessons about character analysis. Informally assess …
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  • Close Reading of Sarah, Plain and Tall - … Office Instructional Time: 4 Hour(s) Keywords: close reading, literature, character analysis, characters, inference, infer Instructional Component Type(s): Lesson Plan, Worksheet, Assessment … questions about key details from the text. Describe how the characters respond to major events/challenges. Participate in classroom discussions where … an informative paragraph with supporting details to convey the main character's feelings, using grade-appropriate organization, grammar, and conventions. Prior …
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  • Close Reading of Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis - … ) Keywords: Close reading, Great Depression, Bud, Not Buddy, character analysis, inference, opinion writing, character development Instructional Component Type(s): Lesson Plan, Worksheet, Assessment … text (e.g., a character's thoughts, words, or actions). describe story elements and how a characters' actions contribute to the events … and dialogue of a character? How can that help us as readers? How does describing how the characters respond in the story …
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  • Close Reading: Katy No-Pocket by Emmy Payne - … , students will identify vocabulary, practice identifying story elements, and analyze characters in the story. For independent practice, students will retell the … , Katy No-Pocket, close reading, kangaroo, Emmy Payne, story elements, character analysis, central message, narrative writing Instructional Component Type(s): Lesson Plan … text and demonstrating an understanding of the central message. describe characters, settings, and major elements using key details from the story …
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  • Close Reading: Fly Away Home by Eve Bunting - … and be asked to analyze text, identify story elements, examine characters' actions and motivations, and determine the central message of the … : Close Reading, Fly Away Home, poverty, adversity, Eve Bunting, symbolism, character analysis, text-dependent questions Instructional Component Type(s): Lesson Plan, Worksheet … questions about key details from the text. describe how the characters respond to major events/challenges. recount specific events and details …
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  • Follow the Firefly - … catch a firefly? CrayolaA Twistables make lightening bugs (or any character) glow. Follow one from page to page in an original … . Create a character. Read a favorite story that has one main character. With Crayola Twistables, draw and color the main character. We used … add new scenes. Conduct a character analysis of the main character. Write original action stories featuring a main character. Children with special needs may …
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  • Bubba: A Cinderella story - … . The teacher will use the character comparison graphic organizer of each student to check for understanding of character analysis. The teacher will use … . examining the reasons for characters' actions. identifying and examining characters' motives. considering a situation or problem from different characters' points of view. analyzing differences among genres. making inferences and drawing conclusions about characters, events and themes. Objective 3.02: Analyze characters
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  • Responding to Literature: Character Analysis - … for different character traits. For example one sleeve is for character weaknesses and the other for character strengths. Students will: Create a "Character T-shirt" that exemplifies their ability to analyze a character. Compare and contrast two characters within … of character, plot structure, and theme; and speaks to a clear audience. Lesson 1: Understanding Character Supporting Books Books for Teaching About Character Analysis
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