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2.RL.3 Graphic Organizer Can be used with any literary story! Students read a story, choose a character and 2 main events/challenges, then identify how the character responds to them. CCSS: Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges. 2.RL.3 RL.2.3 2RL3 Miss M’s Sec
This bundle provides you with five days of reading lessons around RL 1.3 and RL 2.3. The first four days include slide presentations that you may use for your minilessons on RL 1.3 and RL 2.3. The fifth day is included as a bonus for purchasing this bundle, and is an assessment. The assessment is
Hello, and thank you for considering yet another no prep BIZEE-BEE product! Use this collection of relatable comprehension passages to give your students an enjoyable read as they learn to determine how each character responds to certain challenges (RL2.3). There are four total passages each with fi
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
Trying to figure out how to teach theme through character response to a challenge? Use this worksheet in a guided reading small group, as a classroom close read, or as an assessment to see if your students have mastered find and defending a theme.
Students explore standard RL.5.2 with this playlist. They will determine how characters in a story or drama respond to challenges. Students also have the option to view instructional videos and complete practice quizzes or activities.This product includes:• 3 links to instructional videos or texts•
On Meadowview Street Objective: Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges. You can learn about characters by paying attention to how they respond to events and challenges. Discuss the text evidence that shows how the characters respond to the challenge of creating a
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Graphic Organizer that can be used with any text - narrative or informational. Students must support ideas with text evidence and page numbers.
Teach students to identify how characters respond to major eventsThis presentation is designed to be your minilesson for teaching your class to identify the ways characters respond to major events and challenges. The lesson contains 20 slides, as well as an exit slip that can be used to assess your
The graphic organizer allows students to describe the event(s) that the character faces and how they respond to the event. This graphic organizer can be used during independent reading, homework or even within a small group.
****This resource is also included in the following discounted bundles:SEL Mega BundleSocial Skills BUNDLEText Message Conversation BUNDLEGROWING MEGA BUNDLEABOUT THIS RESOURCEPrint and Digital (PDF and GOOGLE SLIDES)Suitable for Upper Elementary, Middle, and High School40 pages / 40 Text Messaging
If your class is reading How to Catch a Snowman by Adam Wallace and Andy Elkerton, then this book unit is designed to keep the high level of engagement going! It covers a wide range of comprehension, language, and writing skills and encourages them to think outside of the box!Inside You Will Find:Pa
This is a 20 slide READY-TO-USE LESSON (no prep) PowerPoint presentation lesson that covers the topic of creating a POSITIVE ATTITUDE, having GRATITUDE, & RESPONDING APPROPRIATELY to the challenges that life gives us that includes links to 5 videos that support the concepts you are teaching.
Combine literature and creative, outside-the-box thinking in these Makerspace STEM/STEAM activities! They are a great way to incorporate Makerspace into your core reading instruction. Makerspace Moments in Literature take makerspace projects and ideas and puts them into action. Inspirational literat
Help your students get into the mind of any fictional characters with this Character Challenges resource. Students will consider the scope and ability of the character based on how the author has characterized the individual. They then will respond to questions like "Would your character be able to
This reading unit includes a PowerPoint, two interactive notebook activities, centers and three passages that can be used in reading groups or as assessments. The resources will help students to learn to identify character traits in text. The unit is intended to be used over a two-week time frame, b
This digital reading unit includes two Google slide presentations for teaching and understanding the skill, two digital interactive notebook activities, five digital centers and three Google forms passages that can be used in reading groups or as assessments. The resources will help students to lear
Help students develop a growth mindset with this digital growth mindset challenge that includes 20 engaging activities. The activities are meant to encourage resilience, hard-work, dedication, and improvement. This is a Google resource and students complete all the work on the computer. This works w
This resource is also included in the following DISCOUNTED Bundles:SEL Mega BundleSocial Filters BUNDLESocial Skills BUNDLEGROWING MEGA BUNDLEABOUT THIS RESOURCE89 pagesPrint and Digital (PDF and GOOGLE SLIDES)***Suitable for upper Middle School and HIGH SCHOOL- Level students / Young Adults This is
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
In Dealing With Challenges, students will learn the vitally important skill of develop coping mechanisms. Learning how to deal with stress and challenges is a key element of nurturing Mental Health. In this lesson, students will learn about a few healthy coping mechanisms they can use in their every
These activities on responsible decision making include posters, coloring pages, writing prompts, a mini reader, certificates, a responsibility challenge, a goal setting activity and more. 10 activities to help teach about taking responsibility. Use the resource in your character education lesson pl
This resource is also included in the following DISCOUNTED resources:Social Skills Worksheets and ANSWER KEYS PacketSocial Skills BUNDLEGROWING MEGA BUNDLE*** This resource is included in the following DISCOUNTED Social Skills Worksheets and ANSWER KEYS Packet5 PAGESPrint and Digital (PDF and GOOGLE
Check out this fun way for your students to practice character response! Students will draw a card out of a fishbowl and then play charades-style to show the class "How would you respond if..."!My class had a blast playing this character response game! It is wonderful for kinesthetic, spatial, lingu

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