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This Analyzing Character Pack is Common Core Aligned for 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, and 5th Grade.  3.RL.3 4.RL.3 5.RL.3  This pack can be used with Reading Workshop, Daily 5/Cafe, basal readers, literature circles, book clubs, small group lessons, whole group lessons, you name it!

Analyzing Characters | Character Traits | Character Conflict

This Analyzing Character Pack that is Common Core Aligned for Grade, Grade, and Grade. This pack can be used wit.

THIRTY-EIGHT Common Core RL.3 Character Analysis Task Cards that actually TEACH students how to analyze characters.  This document covers so much!  The two games teach students character traits.  The 38 task cards teach students character analysis strategies and provides practice with analyzing character thinking, motive, actions and character growth too!  Common Core Made Easier! $5

Differentiated Character Analysis Task Cards and Literacy Centers

explain the roles and functions of characters in various plots, including their relationships and conflicts;

Character Traits Graphic Organizer -- Common Core Aligned --great resource that requires the students to add support from the text which holds them accountable for their responses!

Character Traits Graphic Organizer -- Common Core Aligned

Character Traits Graphic Organizer -- Common Core Aligned -- This may seem VERY childish, but it reminds me that the traits I give my character absolutely MUST be supported by the text.

ReadWorks.org - great site for reading & common core standards (has 5th and 6th grade novel units)

Readworks - this site breaks down all the common core elements into grade specific lesson plans, plus worksheets, plus online reading passages and questions. Great resource, covers ELA standards K - grade.

Includes:-Four variations of a character trait mini poster students will create when reading a story/novel (varying amounts of spaces for charact...

Character Trait Resources

Includes: -Four variations of a character trait mini poster students will create when reading a story/novel (varying amounts of spaces for character traits and two with indirect/direct characterization spaces and two without) -Two variations of notes for

(Grade 4 Common Core) These activity cards are a fantastic way to review and introduce Common Core Standard RL.4.3. This standard requests that students describe in depth a character, setting, or plot. These activity cards TEACH and REVIEW this standard. Questions are written at multiple levels of Bloom's Taxonomy for deep understanding. An easy-fold box is also included for convenient storage too!

Character, Setting, & Plot Grade 4 Common Core RL.4.3

Common Core Character Study/Intro to Reading Workshop Unit 1 by Trina R. Dralus ($)

Character Unit of Study for Second Grade

Word boxes: If a student doesn't know how to spell a word, they check the card in the box. If it's not there, they bring the card to me, we spell it together, and then the card goes back in its spot when they're done. Promotes independent writers!

Word Box - If a student doesn't know how to spell a word, they check the card in the box. If it's not there, they bring the card to the teacher. Teacher & student spell it together, & then the card goes back in its spot when they're done.

Synonyms

I'm so tired of hearing that the character is "Nice" Classroom: Reading / Writing. Character Traits grouped with similar traits. Use to compare and contrast. What are the subtle differences? Would be great to transfer these into a web organizer.

Guided reading levels chart - tracking from blog - What Teachers Want (first grade but for all grade levels)

For keeping track of Reading Level: Take running record of each student once a week. Each student has their own name tag with velcro on it. You move it according to what their reading level is as they progress.

Reading Is Thinking: literary report card: Students issue grades to characters in a reading selection, characters maybe graded on personality traits. Students reflect on characters analyze his or her qualities and behavior, labeling qualitites. Students are also required to cite evidence for each grade.

Character Report Card - I love this! Students grade character traits of a character in a story and use evidence from the text to explain the grade they choose!

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