Lessons for Character Analysis

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  • If I had it my way... - … actions; they become habits. Watch your habits; they become character. Watch your character; it becomes your destiny. —Unknown 4. Building a Theme … and where does it end, or does it end? Assessment/Analysis Debrief (5 minutes) • Ask students if their perceptions have changed … boundaries of situation and character Use of levels Appreciate that physical expression can enhance language Sustain a character throughout a scene Translate …
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  • Two Thumps Up - … the film illustrated throughout the review, apparent in the analysis of the plot, characters, and other elements of the film -Use of … has in common? Both will deal with: • Plot • Setting • Tone • Characters • Theme 2. Ask class what is important to include when … the plot, a good surprise ending, an interesting or endearing character, etc.). Add to the list on the board. 3 3 … this scene? c) How does the reviewer describe a main character? d) Does the reviewer offer a description of the setting …
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  • Nobel Prize Winner - Jose Saramago - … appropriate format. Strand: Language Arts-Reading Process Language Arts-Literary Analysis Language Arts-Writing Applications Time: 1 Class Period Objectives: • Students … use conventional punctuation, quotation marks, and does not name the characters. Why do you think a writer would break the conventional … pts creativity 25 pts mechanics 25 pts dialogue 25 pts character development ESOL Strategies: Alternative Assessment Assessment: Student Participation, Handout, Artwork …
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  • Hispanic/Latino Curriculum - Second Grade Language Arts Lesson Plan - … how they are alike and different. Strand: Reading Process Literary Analysis Time: 1 Class Period Objectives: • Students will understand the influence … lesson or entertains children. Many times, folktales have animals as characters. • Why do some cultures have folktales? All different cultures have … entertain children. In this kind of folktale a series of characters get involved in a series of events that are somewhat …
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  • From the Best Seller List to Your Classroom Library | Creating Student Book Lists - … the language or format of this book? What about the characters makes this book compelling? Is there anything particularly interesting about … - to read. Would they make a list of best literary characters? Best sports books? Most boring classroom reads? Which books would … . 9. Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection and research. Speaking and Listening 1. Prepare for and …
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  • Plessy v. Ferguson & the Roots of Segregation - … of African Americans. Jim Crow was just one archetypal minstrel character that reinforced many racist stereotypes of African Americans. More information … acted out by both partners, an in character monologue, in which you assume a historical character, etc.) What questions do you have … of slavery at any point in the territorial process. Scholarly analysis of the Taney decision has been almost entirely negative. Many …
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  • River Between Us Discussion Guide - … the friendship between Calinda and Cass. What do the two characters have in common? How does Cass change after Calinda's … her and be consistent with the relationship between the two characters, most importantly that they admired one another and would someday … all impacted by the outbreak of war. How does each character contribute to the war? How does each suffer as a … follows: Knowledge: 1-3; Comprehension: 4-6; Application: 7-8; Analysis: 9-10; Synthesis: 11-13; Evaluation: 14 View and print …
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  • The Tiger Rising Discussion Guide - … to get her, it represents another example of how his character is changing. (p. 96) Finally, Rob realizes that he knows … . (p. 101) This is the culmination of his change in character as he is becoming more aware of his own thoughts … Rising, then, is quite an appropriate title because Rob's character changes as he begins to deal with the feelings that … follows: Knowledge: 1-3; Comprehension: 4-6; Application: 7-8; Analysis: 9-10; Synthesis: 11-13; Evaluation: 14. View and print …
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  • Because of Winn-Dixie Discussion Guide - … line write the name of a character whose life Winn-Dixie touched. What do these characters have in common? Students will notice … many ways, Winn-Dixie is like the glue binding the characters together, helping to forge friendships and create community. For example … follows: Knowledge: 1-3; Comprehension: 4-6; Application: 7-8; Analysis: 9-10; Synthesis: 11-13; Evaluation: 14. View and print …
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  • Indian Captive Discussion Guide - … , and what did that character contribute to the story? Within the Seneca tribe, there are many characters who show much kindness to … students may write about one of these. Each of these characters offers encouragement to Molly, shows her real affection, and plays … follows: Knowledge: 1-2; Comprehension: 3-6; Application: 7-8; Analysis: 9-10; Synthesis: 11-12; Evaluation: 13-15 .
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