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Higher-Level Thinking Lesson Plans and Printables for Any Book
What is an effective way to get your students thinking at a deeper level? Let me share what works well for my students! Lesson Plans for any book pages) List of Character Traits for student notebooks pages) Possible Themes poster
Character Traits PowerPoint and Posters and Printables Teaching Resources
Character traits and analysis is made easier by using this PowerPoint and accompanying posters. Each slide shows an example of the character trait in action as well as giving synonyms for that trait. There are also 5 printables to further practice and deepen understanding of character traits. Come check out this paid resource!
This character trait activity involves students using characters careers as clues to character traits. For example, someone who is a chef may be c.
BOOK STUDY. The book study includes terminology and examples of various elements of fiction including: character traits, protagonist/ antagonist, various types of conflict, and turning point. Creative extension ideas are also shared.
The Character in Action wall can help students build their writing skills as well as their inquiry abilities. This can be great for knowledge building in oral and written communication. It gives the students real life examples of what some concepts are and the meaning of different words and traits.
Fresh new updates will help your students learn about the character trait of self-control by completing the activities in this 4 page mini booklet. Designed to be used by students in grade both writing and drawing activities are included.