Lessons for Character Analysis

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  • Opinion Writing Using Sarah, Plain and Tall - … . 5. Lead a discussion about each character in the story. Then ask, "Who was your favorite character? Why?" Allow several students to … a show of hands, name each character and have students raise their hand for their favorite character. Choose the one with the … , Sarah, Plain and Tall--Successful Summarizing and Character Analysis for Second Grade, analyzes the characters' actions in response to major events in the …
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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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  • Artistic Interpretation of a Classic: The Author's Role - … it? Who are the main characters in the story? Encourage students to provide detailed descriptions of the characters. What surprised you about … Witch in the original story to the character in the ballet. How are the characters similar? How are they different? Describe the … Download Educational Standards You might also like The Little Mermaid: Character Analysis Little Mermaid Ballet Images The Little Mermaid: Transformation | Great Performances …
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  • Apples of My Eyes - Michelle Menkes - … Social Studies HOW IT WORKS Language Arts A day of character analysis and cooking Math is exciting and educational. Students begin by … , there is a discussion about the Pre-K - 3 main character. The children answer such questions as ?What did Johnny Appleseed … enjoy role-playing and learn about different kinds of literature, character analysis, measurement, and growth. Acting out, taking an active role in …
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  • The Master Puppeteer - … 2. Write a position paper on your views of the characters being night rovers. Are they good, or bad? Support your … : Critical Thinking and Analysis - You have to earn 30 points in Layer A Required: ____ 1. Character Analysis- Analyze the characters in the story …
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  • Holes - … Organizer - Venn Diagram).____10 pts. 14. Character Analysis: Stanley Yelnats, Zero, Katherine Barlow (See Graphic Organizer - Character Analysis).____30 pts. "B" Level175-300 points … about this? (See Handout).____ 50 pts. 2. Essay - Which character changed the most? How does he/she change? How do …
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  • Conflict resolution/Self-discipline - … with disagreements or conflicts with others. Character education: Honesty: This lesson will focus on two character education traits - honesty and friendship. During this lesson the students will conduct a character analysis and link prior knowledge to help understand the story. Related topics Learn more about appropriate behavior, character education, conflict …
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  • Character Collage - … 50-100 minutes Concepts Taught: Character analysis This lesson plan is designed to help students understand certain characters in a particular novel. There … their goal is to show a picture of what the character would look like. However, this "picture" is actually a collage … of the different traits, both physical and emotional, that their character has. 7) Usually the students take two class periods to …
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  • Scene from a Play - … as follows: Actors: write character analysis, including past events of life, goals, fears, hobbies, likes/dislikes, motivation of character's actions within the … any other pertinent personal information about the character. Should be creative in constructing character's past and use it to guide choices … , age, socioeconomic class, profession, and gender of characters. Additional thought should be given to characters' personality and role within the play when …
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  • Analyzing Anthropomorphism (includes BLM Comparing Insects) - … create animal characters that act like humans. 5. Instruct students to complete the BLM Comparing Insects. Standard 4 C. Continuing Character Analysis 1. As you read other stories, take time to identify character attributes that are not true … to verbalize how the real insect is different from the character insect. Answer Key Student drawings and sentences will vary. Black …
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