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This activity helps students to understand the difference between protagonists and antagonists in a story and identify characters in a text as the different roles. It is Common Core State Standards aligned. It includes posters, a foldable for an interactive notebook, 24 character sorting cards, 12
Understanding a story's conflict is key to comprehending the overall text. This DIGITAL AND PRINTABLE mini unit provides students with guided notes, an interactive conflict and protagonist vs. antagonist sort. Check out the preview to get an idea of each activity.What's included:Guided NotesProtag
This pack contains 5 different worksheets as well as a pocket chart activity to help you teach the concepts of protagonist and antagonist in a fun, hands on way. As an added bonus, the lift the flap activity could easily be used in your interactive reading notebook. Each of the five worksheets ha
Use this mini lesson to teach the difference between protagonists and antagonists. Includes 3 slides with a mini game- "Name The Antagonist". Students will relate to the Super Hero theme along with the Harry Potter, Avengers and Star Wars examples. Easily upload to Google classroom for virtual in
This worksheet has 8 questions that students can answer after watching a video. I have used this with Matilda, but it can be used with any movie that has an antagonist and protagonist. It can also be used after reading a story, with the above elements. This could also be used for listening and no
Grades:
6th - 9th
In this bundle you will receive the lesson slides and graphic organizers!Objectives:I will be able to identify the character traits of the characters in the story, CinderellaI will be able to identify the protagonist of the story, Cinderella. I will be able to identify the antagonist of the story, C
An "I do, we do, you do" lesson on the differences and similarities between protagonists and antagonists in a fiction story.
One way to practice understanding protagonists and antagonists is to use the extreme examples of superheroes and villains. In this activity, students will create a new superhero and villain and will place them in a brief scene of conflict. This helps them not only familiarize themselves with the lit
Help your students learn how to identify a story's protagonist and antagonist characters in a story by modeling with the story of, Cinderella!Included in the Lesson's SlidesLesson objectivesActivating prior knowledge of Cinderella's charactersDirect instruction of the meanings of protagonist and ant
Use these Google slides to help guide your students in thinking about what Cinderella, the Stepmother, and a character of their choice. Objectives:Identify each character's thoughts, words, and actionsIdentify each character's character traitsLastly, identify the protagonist and antagonist in the st
This is a two-part package -- a Power Point presentation and a lesson plan. The PPT is available separately by the same name. This 14-slide Power Point presentation presents hero, villain, protagonist, and antagonist. It explains the shift from using the terms "hero" and "villain" to the more con
This 14-slide presentation presents hero, villain, protagonist, and antagonist. It explains the shift from using the terms "hero" and "villain" to the more contemporary "protagonist" and "antagonist." The presentation also uses Greek and early English root words to explain how the terms "protagoni
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is a great product for defining protagonist and antagonist along with examples from movies/books. Then, use it after reading a fiction text and providing support for the character. First page is great for whole group and second page is good for independent practice!
This products comes with a generic worksheet that can be used with any short story or novel. It can be used during or at the end of a reading. It can be used multiple time within a story or book or summarized at the end of a book. Students use either direct quotes, paraphrase, or inference thoughts
The Protagonist and Antagonist sheet can be blown up to larger size paper and have students create posters. Use this to create narrative writings backward by design!
Quick Freebie I made up for students to use in their notebooks. The kids liked it. I used it on the projector while students were in literature circles to have them discuss characters and conflicts in the novel.
This products comes with a custom made similar worksheet for Cask of Amontillado with an example. This worksheet can be used during or at the end of a reading. It can be used multiple time within a story/book or summarized at the end of a book. Students use either direct quotes, paraphrase, or infer
This products comes with a generic worksheet that can be used with any short story or novel. It also comes with a similar worksheet made for Cask of Amontillado with an example. This worksheet can be used during or at the end of a reading. It can be used multiple time within a story or book or summa
A reminder worksheet with examples to teach or review the differences between protagonists and antagonists in stories.
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4th - 5th
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Graphic Organizer for Protagonist & Antagonist lesson.
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3rd - 5th
The shadow box activity rubric is for students who need to demonstrate their understanding of the antagonist and protagonist in a text. The following skills can be assessed using the rubric: - Distinguish between antagonist vs. protagonist - Use of evidence from the text - Conventions of standa
I absolutely LOVE this form. We read novels that have movies that connect to them. I have used this form for every novel that we have read where we have completed the unit by watching the movie. The organizer opens by asking students to a) tell the part they are most looking forward to seeing in
It's Greek mythology Time! Presented here is the story of Chronos & Zeus, a classic tale of the troubles that can rise between father and son when power is involved. It has been written at a level suitable for 4th through 6th graders. Included in this FREE 26 page bundle is a foldable mini-book
I have recently completely revised most (I am still working on some) of my units, adding many more pages that can be used with ANY novel. Therefore, if you would like plans for more than one novel, you should purchase the regular unit plan for the FIRST novel which includes all activities designed s

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