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Help Your Students RACE to the Finish Line With These Character Motivation Task Cards! Students Will Discover WHAT "DRIVES" THEIR CHARACTER! ...And best of all, there is NO PREP on your end! Simply print and copy answer recording page!Here's what's included:20 Colorful Task Cards where students dete
This lesson introduces and teaches CCS RL 3.3: Describe character's in a story (e.g. their traits, motivations, or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events. This lesson includes a PowerPoint Picture Presentation that introduces and teaches the concept. It inclu
Character motivation is about why a character is acting in a certain way! Includes an anchor chart listing motivations that a character might experience, however it's always good to have students add to these lists with their own thoughts. The first 8 task cards are multiple choice questions. The
Character Motivation can be difficult for students to understand. This print and digital Activity Bundle provides a ton of exposure to the standard! Students will identify the Character's Motivation, steps needed to reach the motivation, and whether the motivation is positive or negative! This bundl
This game will help you teach character traits and motivation. Great for a small group or centers, students will read a story that is glued to an envelope. Inside the envelope are 4 possible motives. They must determine the correct character motive and record this (as well as their rationale) ont
Here is a hands-on, creative way for students to practice finding the Character's Motivation of a passage. This craftivity is great for centers, intervention, guided reading groups, or reinforcing what you have already taught. We absolutely love this craftivity because students will always remember
Character Motivations Graphic Organizer with a Text Evidence section. This is student tested, and my students really enjoyed using this character motivations graphic organizer. Check out the Character Graphic Organizers Bundle! Made by primaryrainbows.com
Teaching Character Motivation seems pretty simple, but do your students really understand the importance and role of Character Motivation on the actions and events of the story?Do you know all the elements of Character Motivation? Do you have the resources to help your students analyze Character Mot
Halloween Writing: This fun partner Halloween writing activity addresses the ELA concepts of point of view, character motivation, plot, conflict, protagonist/antagonist, and creative writing. Students follow the directions on the pages to plot out a Halloween story, write it out, then trade with a p
This graphic organizer can be used with any text or novel. It meets Common Core State Standard RL.1 and RL.3. The organizer asks students to select an example of characterization (action, speech, emotion, etc.), cite textual evidence, determine the character's motivation for the action, etc. and l
FREE - "Character is doing the right thing when nobody is looking." This is a great motivational quote for your classroom, office, hallway, library, etc.. Use it as a discussion starter or just to liven up your room. This is one of 63 inspirational/motivational classroom posters/signs in my packag
Teaching Character Motivation Product/Materials Preface: These English Language Arts Unit Resources come with a 3 page introductory mini-lesson on Characterization and Character Motivation but the accompanying graphic organizers primarily focus on Character Motivation. You can find my parallel re
This chart leads students to connect character traits with evidence from the book and then to think about WHY the character acts like that (motivation). This incorporates three important reading strategies in one is can be used early on or later in a character unit. This is also a great resource f
I created these 2 graphic organizers to go along with the reading analysis skills for chapters 8-10, lessons 5 and 6 for the ReadyGen program to be used with my ELLs. They scaffold character motivation (Ben's) and how characters are influenced by setting. This was created for ReadyGen 5th grade
There are 8 task cards with short stories on them. This resource should be used along with a character unit.
This is a Digital Google Forms of our Character Motivation Task Cards.When students complete our Digital Google Forms Character Motivation Task Cards they read 20 passages and identify the character's motivation. Students love our fun and engaging themed task cards and students love going digital!Th
This chart focuses on all of the major characters of Arthur Miller\'s The Crucible. It quizzes students on the characters, their actions, and their motivations for those actions. It is a simple format to allow you to quickly see if students are getting the basics of the play but also understanding w
Need to teach your students what the Motivation of a Character is and how to identify it?When reading short stories and novels- even when writing them, I like my students to think about character motivation. What kind of direct and indirect characterization examples can they find? What kind of trait
I use these anchor charts as an individual resource for my students. I print them on a half page and my students glue them into their reader's notebooks or keep them in their reading folder and reference them as needed.
This study guide correlates with Shirley Jackson's "The Possibility of Evil". The study guide looks at the characters of the story and the motivation for their actions. This study guide is alligned with the Common Core Standards.
Includes 1 common core aligned graphic organizer. This organizer correlates with core standards as it helps children organize text evidence gathered about character's motivations, feelings, and traits. Teaching point and standard included on organizer. Works nicely with Journey's 3rd grade less
These short passages and evidence-based questions can be used to teach and discuss (quick assessment or exit ticket) character motivations and actions. Answer key is included.
I use this worksheet, which explains and guides students through the classic Heinz Dilemma, to help students understand character motivation. It can be used with any novel, and includes teacher discussion prompts to be used after students work in small groups to determine Heinz and the Druggist's
I really love embedding questions and text-marking within the reading! Therefore, I began making my own Interactive Readers to focus on what I wanted to in my readings. This unit delves into characterization and character motivation, focusing on the short story The Possibility of Evil by Shirley J

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