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Protagonist vs. Antagonist Graphic Organizer
Graphic Organizer for Protagonist & Antagonist lesson.
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Protagonist and Antagonist Narrative Writing Graphic Organizer
This protagonist and antagonist graphic organizer can be used to plan a story that has a strong protagonist and antagonist. Students can label each box with traits or events that involve that character. They could also draw a picture of the character inside the box. This could also be used duri
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Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers for Middle School
Reading Comprehension: Middle School Foldables, Activities, and Graphic Organizers This 75 Page Package contains a variety of Reading Comprehension activities and resources designed specifically for the Middle School grades. Included in this reading comprehension packet are a variety of middle scho
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Literary Devices Graphic Organizers for Any Novel or Short Story
This is the ultimate bundle of graphic organizers for studying literary devices with any novel or short story. 75 graphic organizers to inspire students during and after reading literature are included. These organizers will get students writing and thinking about the literature they read. Because t
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Note Taking Bookmark Template for Any Novel - Two Sided Graphic Organizer
This tri-fold bookmark is a great place to jot down those notes while reading. It's a fantastic way to get a quick glimpse at your students' progress to make sure they are connecting with their books. The two sides provide lots of space for note taking. There's room for predictions, setting, plot,
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CHARACTER PRESENTATION & GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS
CHARACTER: Help your students develop their understanding of characterization with this Common Core aligned resource. Students sometimes find analyzing a character challenging, but this resource breaks it down clearly, and makes the task less daunting!==============================================

Also included in: STORY ELEMENTS ASSIGNMENTS, PRESENTATIONS, & ORGANIZERS

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Elements of Literature foldable  with completed KIM Model Graphic Organizer
This foldable covers the elements of literature, characterization, setting, theme, plot, internal conflict, external conflict, protagonist, antagonist, symbolism, foreshadowing and flashback in a KIM model graphic organizer. There are three versions of the KIM graphic organizer. One version contain
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Reading Response & Story Writing - Graphic Organizers, Assessments, Posters
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Great reading & writing activities: graphic organizers, story maps, rubrics, assessments, reading response sheets, posters, & more.... 16 Reading Response Sheets (Fiction & Nonfiction - will work with any story) 5 Story Writing Maps 3 Assessments/Rubrics 4 Posters Table of Contents Ac
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Protagonist and Antagonist During Reading Graphic Organizer
I really love for the students to analyze the protagonist and antagonist, especially in novels where there is a very clear main character and villain. Students can use this page to take notes while they are reading to analyze character traits.
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Identifying Protagonist & Antagonist in Fairy Tales
Graphic Organizer & Modeled Mini-Lesson for Identifying the "Good Guy" and "Bad Guy" in a Tale using Evidence from the TextMay be used with other Genres of Literature other than Tales.
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Characterization: Understanding Protagonist and Antagonist
Characterization: Understanding Protagonist and Antagonist by Darla Brink Help your students develop an understanding of characterization by fleshing out the protagonist and the antagonist in the text. Students cite text evidence for physical appearances, internal characteristics (personality), and
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Literary Elements Analysis Graphic Organizer
This graphic organizer is a great, compact way to analyze and review the major literary elements within a text. It works best with shorter stories, but can also be used with novels. It could also be used as an assessment. Literary elements covered: --Setting --Protagonist --Antagonist --Point of Vi
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Characterization Graphic Organizers for Any Novel or Short Story
Teaching characterization with a novel or short story? These characterization activities will engage students, and provide ample opportunities for character analysis. Included are 16 activities for characterization:1. What apps would my character have?2. They said what?! - direct characterization3.
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Protagonist Antagonist Bookmark
Introduction Hello. These bookmarks present a unique way of following the plot of a story from the viewpoints of the protagonist(s) and the antagonist(s). It is a multi-page bookmark that students not only use to keep track of what page they are on, but also to take notes highlighting the main even
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21 Common Core Literary and Informational Graphic Organizers w/Standards!!
This resource includes 21 Common Core Literary and Informational Graphic Organizers aligned to priority reading informational and literary standards for grades 6-8 – I am including a file of 20 PDF files that I created to be aligned specifically to many of the informational and literary standards an
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Cuentos de Hadas: Graphic Organizers
The first graphic organizer allows students to fill in the elements of fairytales. The second graphic organizer allows students to write down the fairtales read and see the similarities between all of them. They will be able to see that fairytales have protagonists and antagonists, magic, love, nu
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Characterization Graphic Organizer
This resource is a graphic organizer that will require students to identify the protagonist and antagonist of a fiction or nonfiction story. After they have identified the role of each character the student will list three character traits to describe the personality, physical features, or emotional
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Character Types Review (Protagonist, Antagonist, Foil, Ancillary)
This is a short lesson on character types (protagonist, antagonist, foil, ancillary) that I use with my students. It begins with a short writing prompt to set up the lesson, followed by notes, a class-wide practice using a Pixar short film, and an activity that requires students to get up and move a
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Elements of a Narrative Graphic Organizer
I find that putting the elements of a narrative into a graphic organizer truly helps the students understand how the elements work together to make a story. I used this document throughout our narrative unit. As part of their Book Club assignment, they had to complete elements of this organizer as
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Character and Conflict Graphic Organizer PowerPoint Bundle
This resource bundles my character and conflict resources. You have enough graphic organizers to thoroughly analyze conflict and character in all the stories you use all year long, great for use in Interactive Notebooks. In addition, there are two PowerPoints to introduce each topic to your studen
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"The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell Graphic Organizers
This 4-page pack contains three graphic organizers to be used while teaching the short story "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell. The organizers are described below: (1) Face-Off: Rainsford Vs. Zaroff challenges students to compare the protagonist and antagonist using evidence of charact
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Character Traits Graphic Organizer- Protagonist & Antagonist
A simple graphic organizer for developing character traits for a protagonist and antagonist. Used in my elementary Comic Book summer class.
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THE INTERLOPERS - BY SAKI - GRAPHIC ORGANIZER
Attached is a graphic organizer for the short story, "The Interlopers" by Saki. Students are able to organize, summarize, and evaluate the story using the parts of plot (Exposition through Resolution), major and minor conflicts (internal and external), characterization - determine the protagonist
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Graphic Organizers for Fiction
Use this packet to generate notes about fictional texts. These graphic organizers could also serve as pre-writing in a book report. Graphic Organizers include: 1. Summary (characters, setting, conflict, major events, resolution) 2. Setting (time, place, duration, sight, sound, smell) 3. Conflict (m
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