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Esperanza Rising Goes Digital! In this project students will imagine that Esperanza is a teenager in 2015. • What would be on her cell phone? • What photos would she post to Instagram or Facebook? • What would she Tweet? • What would she #hashtag? In this project students will use their knowledge
Esperanza Rising is a beautiful story of a 13-year-old girl from Mexico who must learn to handle numerous changes in her life. Features of Character Analysis Activities: → Each page is about one of the seven main characters (Esperanza, Papa, Mama, Miguel, Marta, Isabel, and Abuelita) → Require yo
Esperanza Rising learners will enjoy the rigor of this 5-page analyzer (with bonus blank page for extra characters). Learners will keep track of their analysis of the main characters.SUGGESTED ACTIVITY IMPLEMENTATIONLearners will follow the various characters through the story and analyze various de
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 comp

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Enjoy this character chart which tracks the characters in the novel, Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan, in the order in which they appear. A great tool for students to keep track of all characters they meet.
I used this to practice making inferences from Esperanza Rising. The specific task they were asked to do was to make inferences based on how various characters are responding to challenges using text evidence. This was done as a whole group activity to practice our skills. There are two pages techn
This product is to be used to write an essay that explains how Esperanza's character changes from the beginning, middle to end of the novel. To be used as a culminating essay at the end of "Esperanza Rising". Includes a planning page for each paragraph in the essay.
This project allows students to focus on a main character in Esperanza Rising and analyze how the character evolved throughout the novel. There is a rubric attached for the project.
Grades:
4th - 7th
Esperanza Rising Reading Characters. This is an activity about the main characters in the book Esperanza Rising. This will help your students understand more about Esperanza, Miguel, Alfonso, Isabel and so many more characters. This is a great comprehension activity for students to do on characters
Esperanza Rising learners will enjoy the rigor of this 15-slide digital Google Drive analyzer (with bonus blank page for extra characters). Learners will keep track of their analysis of the main characters.SUGGESTED ACTIVITY IMPLEMENTATIONLearners will follow the various characters through the story
After reading the novel Esperanza Rising, the students will complete a five paragraph essay where they will analyze the character of Esperanza. This PP includes step by step instructions for teacher and students. It includes organization of the essay, examples of the graphic organizers, and sample
Design 3 stickers that you might find on the main character’s water bottle. Then explain what each sticker represents and how it relates to the main character and the plot of the story. STORY: Esperanza RisingCHARACTER: Esperanza Ortega
This Google Document can be customized once downloaded. Use for individual or collaborative group work in your Google Classroom. Student Directions: As you read and learn more about each character, add the information to this analysis organizer. In the description column, list each character's trait
Grades:
4th - 8th
This PDF character web for "Esperanza Rising" is meant to be given at the beginning of the book. It is split into the characters when they are in Aguascalientes, Mexico and then when they are in California, United States.**The location for the latter is blank so it does not give away the location an
****RIGHT COLUMN FOR ILLUSTRATION**** This is a substitute final assessment I created for my special education students. This is a modification for the following lesson: EngageNY Unit 1, Module 2, Lesson 18 Final Essay Assisgnment.
This booklet allows students to write their own examples of figurative language about each character in Esperanza Rising. They can draw both the figurative and literal interpretations of the sentence they chose to write. It reinforces their knowledge of character traits as well as encourages st
This PDF offers a Facebook template for Esperanza Ortega from "Esperanza Rising." It is a creative and fun way to teach character analysis as the students create a Facebook page for Esperanza in the Beginning, Middle, and End of the novel.*There are three PDFs (one for the Beginning, one for the Mid
Making a poster with these images is a great way to keep the characters in Esperanza Rising straight and explore their character traits. By organizing the characters in a "family tree poster" everyone is able to reference the class poster as they meet new characters and learn more about the ones th
This is an editable list of characters and plot elements in the novel Esperanza Rising. It can be used to help students keep track of what is going on in the story, support a lesson in characterization, or to reinforce the plot elements such as climax, and conflict. ~ PlayingSchool6
Esperanza Rising Writing Assignment. Characters of Chapter 1.Students write about and illustrate the first two characters introduced in Chapter One of Esperanza Rising.
Characters from the novel "Esperanza Rising" included.
Subjects:
Grades:
3rd - 6th
This lesson is prepared to discuss character traits of those in Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan.
Students will select a character from the text in which they would like to analyze. They will select a line from the text that demonstrates how their chosen character exhibits the following traits in the novel: physical, philosophical, emotional, social and intellectual. Students will also list the
I typed up pages that can be used to write or publish acrostic poems about the main characters in Esperanza Rising. I gave some suggestions for how I use them in 5th grade by pushing my students to not only write a trait but also "go deeper" by including metaphors, etc. into their poem.
Grades:
3rd - 7th

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