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THIRTY Character Analysis Task Cards are included. Fun and convenient! This resource thoroughly reviews character analysis.It Covers:Character traitsCharacter change over timeCharacter motiveHelpful hints are included on some of the cards to help students learn and review character traits and character analysis. ----Printable Boxes For Storage Are Included----What is Included?30 printable character analysis task cardsPrintable boxes to store the printable versionsAnswer KeysClick the follow but
✐Help your students fully understand the characterization in “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell. Students will receive a digital or printable student interactive notebook to develop their understanding of these characters and ultimately create a full character analysis essay.✎This is a digital and printable resource. It can be used for distance or e-learning. This unit will contain a Google File Link Page that will provide you with a Google Doc/Slides for each activity. ✨Included in th
The Hunger Games Character Analysis Graphic Organizers: Katniss Everdeen This is a zipped folder graphic organizers for a close reading and character analysis for Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games. Student packet is 20 pages; teacher's packet is 16 pages. Ten handouts to practice critical-thinking skills with differentiated forms for various levels and one summarizing writing prompt. Teacher's answer key and guide, with specific alignment to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are includ
A body biography, also known as a sensory figure, is great for characterization activities and helping students analyze people or characters from multiple angles. These sensory figures include 7 characters from The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. The figures can be used with the book and/or movie. This resource is a great way to do character analysis with your students, and they make a great addition to any novel study or assessment. The sensory figures come in both black and white and colored
This 10-page Ender's Game bundle contains everything you need for assigning an essay on the text by Orson Scott Card. Learners will analyze 6 different characters and write an essay that discuss how life is a game with rules that you must learn in order to succeed.This Ender's Game bundle contains:★ 1 character analysis essay prompt w/ grading rubric★ 1 page of sample essay ideas★ 1 page with 4 rubrics on it for easy quartering★ 7 character analysis pages for them to keep track of quotationsI've
EDITABLE Digital + Print Graphic organizers PLUS a 7 slide instructional mini lesson to review characterization and inferences. This activity is meant to add a little more rigor to a novel that lacks deeper character introspection.A print and go activity for both digital and online learning.Characters to select: Katniss Everdeen, Haymitch, Peeta and Gale. However, the worksheet is editable so you can edit the characters if you like. Use this worksheet activity during any part of your novel study
Grades:
7th - 10th
Help students to compare and contrast the various characters and analyze their attributes. This set of worksheets works great for in-class activities. Students should work together in pairs, groups, or the whole class all together. Students will: • Compare and contrast the Wiggin Siblings • Consider symbolism within the character names • Analyze leadership characteristics in main characters • Determine the differences in character motivations • Compare and contrast the humans and buggers Also
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
A ready-to-use, rigorous, and engaging project to wrap up your novel study of The Westing Game. Students will analyze the development of key characters, compare and contrast characters, support claims with text evidence, and use creative thinking skills to create a related product.Included in this product:Step-by-step student directionsSingle-point rubric to streamline assessmentGraphic organizers for character development, comparing and contrasting characters, and text evidence selections**Look
This purchase contains three character-focused assignments (Character Analysis Packet, Character-Theme Graffiti Table, and a Character Review Project), including multiple opportunities for art and group work. In a given unit, you likely do not have time (nor will students have the interest) in completing all three. Peruse the options and choose the best one or two for your students. Character Analysis Packet is an organized space for students to track the development of key characters through

Also included in: Hunger Games Unit

The Hunger Games Character InferencesThis activity for the novel The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins asks students to make inferences about Katniss' character, select evidence to support inferences, and writing an on-demand analysis in response to a prompt. A rubric is included to make grading a breeze. Note: This could also be used to analyze Katniss' characterization in the Catching Fire or Mockingjay novels as well.This product includes:•Double sided character inference evidence log•Analysis
With this movie guide, students will analyze character development, theme, and elements of dystopia while watching the movie The Hunger Games, based on Suzanne Collins' bestselling book. After watching the film, students will think critically and critique the film. This worksheet will lead to great class discussions about how events can change a character, what lessons we are supposed to learn while watching the movie and how dystopias are closer than we thought possible. Enjoy the film and this
These Hunger Games lessons focus on developing student skills in literary analysis to analyze how complex characters (e.g., those with multiple or conflicting motivations) develop over the course of a text, interact with other characters, and advance the plot or develop the theme. Multiple activities provide guided instruction on how to write a literary analysis paragraph, with detailed lessons that teach students the fundamental literary elements of the direct and indirect characterization of
Grades:
4th - 12th
The initial and follow up game allow book clubs to think about the influence their book characters have had on each other, naturally promoting a deeper level of book club talk and character analysis. After playing the first game, students will establish a base level understanding character relationships. The follow up game will naturally highlight character change and plot development. The "Growing Ideas in Book Clubs" reference sheet included provides prompts for students to deepen conversation
This purchase contains three character-focused assignments (Character Analysis Packet, Character-Theme Graffiti Table, and a Character Review Project), including multiple opportunities for art and group work. In a given unit, you likely do not have time (nor will students have the interest) in completing all three. Peruse the options and choose the best one or two for your students.Character Analysis Packet is an organized space for students to track the development of key characters throughou

Also included in: Ender's Game Unit

Reading Comprehension Games and Activities, Guided Reading, Reading Response. This pack includes over 100 pages of easy prep reading comprehension graphic organizers, question cards, and several interactive activities that can be used with your guided reading small groups or as whole group activities. Games come in both color and black and white. Download the preview for a visual view at what is included.What's Included:-Question CardsBefore, during, and after reading cards that are color coded
The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell: Short Story Unit with Questions, Vocabulary, and Activities ! This 90 page package of short story resources contains everything you need to teach “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell. Perfect for your short story unit or The Most Dangerous Game unit, this short story package contains detailed comprehension questions, teacher friendly answer keys, vocabulary words, character analysis, creative writing activities, projects, and quote analysis act
This comprehensive 150 page The Hunger Games Unit contains a complete novel study with detailed Hunger Games questions, answer keys, vocabulary, Hunger Games activities, story element analysis, and engaging projects. A variety of Hunger Games graphic organizers are also included. All activities are classroom tested and include creative handouts, information sheets, detailed instructions, foldable activities, templates, and rubrics!Save time planning with these easy to implement NO PREP resources
SUPER CHARGE your read-aloud lesson plans with these print and teach activities for Tacky and the Winter Games by Helen Lester! This is perfect for this year's Winter Olympics! These interactive reading lesson plans will guide you through your daily instruction in reading comprehension, responding to literature, sentence studies with mentor sentences, crafts, and more! These No Prep Print and Go Lesson Plans will save your teaching life! SERIOUSLY!!! WHY TEACHERS LOVE THESE READ-ALOUD LESSONS AN
This novel study for The Egypt Game, by Zilpha Keatley Snyder, contains 169 pages of resources, including comprehension and vocabulary by chapter, reading response activities, assessments, and more.Focus standards include figurative language, theme, character analysis, plot, and setting.No-prep, predictable, and extremely user-friendly, this literature guide is perfect for whole class, small group, or independent study.♥You're free to use the printable OR digital version; BOTH are included with
Your learners will enjoy the rigor and creativity of our engaging activities built from best teaching practices. We want to make your lesson planning journey easy, so you can focus on your expertise. This novel study includes a curriculum map pacing guide that offers our day-by-day suggestion for how to plan out your weeks of lessons. Our pedagogy section explains the instructive idea behind the activity, gives ideas for implementation, and aligns it to the standards. We've filmed some training
No-Prep Hunger Games teaching guide is chock-full of activities, handouts, worksheets, quizzes, tests, projects, and more for teaching The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. Over 100 reviews - with a 4.8/5 Star Rating! Designed for as much or as little teacher instruction or intervention as you desire, students will be able to self-direct their study in many cases, making it perfect for in-person or distance learning. Please note, however, that this product is a printable PDF and will need modific
Are you looking for hands on comprehension activities for teaching character traits? If so, then this pack is for you! Throughout the activities in this pack your students will become superheros by creating their very own Character Cape, play games, complete hands on activities, and complete extension activities for read aloud. This pack includes 8 hands on activities and 4 read aloud craftivities. Here's a look at what is included. ACTIVITIES: -Sticky Traits: students will use sticky notes t
This product is now Google Ready for a Google 1:1 Compatible or traditional classroom environment! What would Marco Polo send to his Instagram followers? What would Leonardo Da Vinci, or Thomas Jefferson post? For Language Arts, what would Katnis or Peeta from the Hunger Games be posting? This is a simple, fun and engaging way to get students familiar with one of the most popular social marketing sites on the web without needing computers. Common Core writing aligned. In this assignment, stude
Need a fun and engaging game for students to practice prefixes? Have students play this game that uses the six most-used prefixes used in about 97% of the words in English. Students need to understand the most common English prefixes to expand their vocabulary and comprehension. There are 4 gameboards with differentiated practice for students. Both color and ink-saver versions are included!Learning about prefixes in a game format allows students to make learning fun and challenging. Students ca

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