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Character Analysis can be tough for young readers. It requires a reader to understand a character’s thoughts, feelings, and actions based on the setting, the character’s interactions with others, and the changes they undergo. If you are introducing character analysis or looking to deepen reading skills, take a look at the free of these character analysis task cards.
Character Analysis Task Cards 1 Includes:
- 10 Multiple-choice Task Cards
- 10 Structured Response and Open-Ended (Same Text) Task Cards
- ATOS Level: 4.1
- Reading Level: DRA34, Level 500-600
- Flesch-Kinkaid Grade Level: 3.6
- __ interaction with __ shows that he/she -
- What does __ learn in this story?
- What does __ mean when he/she says __?
- Which sentence best describes __ when he/she __?
- In this story how are __ and __ alike?
Who Are These Task Cards For?
These character analysis task cards are perfect for 3rd-grade and 4th-grade on-level readers. The readability of the task cards are perfect for 5th-grade remediation and intervention.
Utilize as a whole class scoot, within small groups, independent work, or in a literacy center. You students will be able to read each card to determine the feelings of the character while citing evidence to support their thoughts.
Character Analysis Standards Alignment
Describe characters in a story (e.g., their traits, motivations, or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events
Describe in depth a character, setting, or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., a character's thoughts, words, or actions).
New 2019 TEKS Alignment
TEKS 3.6F, 4.6F, 5.6F: make inferences and use evidence to support understanding.
TEKS 3.8B: explain the relationships among the major and minor characters.
TEKS 4.8B: explain the interactions of the characters and the changes they undergo.
TEKS 5.8B: analyze the relationships of and conflicts among the characters.
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