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3 Metaphor Poems with Activities that Includes: ► Read, Reflect, Assess & Critique ► Set Up with Write in Text Boxes ► Create Your Own Metaphors ► Write Your Own Poem ► Built in Character Growth LessonsPoems Support: ► Critical Thinking Expansion ► Creative Character Development ► Creative Writ
Easily develop the comprehension and creative writing skills of your students with this highly effective graphic organizer designed to fully explore the character traits of the characters your students read and write about. This highly motivational and appealing resource will be the launch pad fo
Character Development Writing Unit & Anchor Chart: The Gingerbread ManUse this narrative writing unit to help students create strong characters! Students begin their creative writing by examining great characters in mentor texts. Teachers create an anchor chart to help students remember the less
A strong sense of character and positive self-esteem are key ingredients to a student's success in school and in life. Give your students a chance to develop and reinforce 38 important attributes while simultaneously improving their writing skills. Each page features a different attribute such as “h
This handout will challenge students in grades 5-8 to put into practice the writing teacher's reminder to "Show, don't tell." Students will build, in layers (guided by the format of the handout) a character with details that simultaneously reveal aspects of the plot. The handout calls attention to t
✏️ Teach beginning writers the Seven Steps to Writing Success - Show, Don't Tell. Student's write develop characters by describing emotions using writing prompts, worksheets and posters. Prepare for NAPLAN, suitable for kindergarten, year 1 and 2.What's Included?12 x Show, Don't Tell Emotions Display
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K - 3rd
Looking to introduce characterization, character traits, and character development with a fun and engaging activity? Use this creative and collaborative writing activity to introduce students to the techniques authors use to develop their characters!What's the Activity? Students start the activity w
Here are 25 writing exercises designed to help your students develop interesting and complex characters. These are great for creative writing units or classes. These exercises can be used as class warm-ups or you may turn them into assignments. They are also great handouts so your students can compl
Simplify assessment and provide meaningful feedback with this EDITABLE literary analysis writing rubric for analyzing character development. This standards-based rubric is thoughtfully designed with "writer-first" language that validates students' attempts and encourages growth. Each rubric descript
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This PowerPoint addresses character development from a writer's perspective based on Ralph Fletcher's book, What A Writer Needs. The book is cited in the PowerPoint. The last slide of the PowerPoint is a handout to be used with students to practice character development. You would just need to pr
Fun Writing Prompts for High School: Character Development!This product is included in the Creative Writing High School BundleStudents will expand their creative writing ability by focusing on one characteristic and developing a complete character sketch around that quality.After a thorough examinat
Creative writing short story speech punctuation lesson that explores Dickens’ The Signal-Man and is part a unit of work on short stories whilst looking at creative writing. Students explore the different types of character found in this example, create their own characters and learn about writin
This two-page worksheet helps students create their own character by prompting them to answer questions about their imaginary character. The questions range from silly to serious. The worksheet is completely editable. You will receive two versions of this worksheet. One in Word and one in PDF.
Character development is one of the most important skills to any author, second only to setting. While setting creates mood and relevancy, it is the characters that drive the story forward! The goal of these worksheets is to help these young writers flesh out the details that make characters relatab
**These worksheets are included in my complete Narrative Writing Worksheet Pack**Includes three handouts to teach students to develop and describe a character when writing a narrative text.Handouts include:One worksheet where students describe how characters would act, feel, and look.One worksheet w
Use this discussion based PowerPoint to explore different types of characters and their importance in a story.This presentation will:1) Walk students through static, dynamic, round and flat characters2) Explore different archetypes of protagonists3) Explore the importance of antagonists, foils, supp
This assignment was designed to help students practice writing with the standardized testing constraints of the ACT. It begins by requiring students to identify key words in the prompt, then continues by having students plan their narrative in an organizer. Students write their narrative, focusing o
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Grades:
4th - 7th
Notes and questions to help build characters in writing
Grades:
6th - 10th
The ultimate travel journal for kids aged 5-12 years. Perfect for homeschool travelling families or a great gift to give children and families at the end of a school term. This travel journal is ideal for travelling families who homeschool, or even school holiday adventures or for families travellin
Do your students need inspiration when developing characters for their creative writing? Give them a helping hand with these character and story prompts. Designed to give your students a base from which to develop their own writing, these cards can be laminated and used again and again to give your
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This product is aimed at middle and high school students in Spanish Language Arts classes. Perfect for working with narrative writing, students work at developing a fictional character. The first page asks the student to answer basic questions about their character and draw them, and the second pa
Grades:
5th - 10th
The intention of this project is to reacquaint students with the research process as a means to build on historical knowledge of four major periods in British history in order to create an original character through the creative writing process in the form of short fiction, poetry, and/or drama. Tho
This prompt probes for the spirit of generosity, or charity. This is good for a homework assignment, a writing center, or a civic center, too. Have a great year of learning. Thanks for visiting the House of the Three Dinosaurs.
To go with a realistic fiction writing unit of study. Designed for 4th grade, but could be used for 3-8. Focuses on developing meaningful characters for students' fictional stories.

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