Character Chart

Character Chart
Character Chart
Character Chart
Character Chart
Character Chart
Character Chart
Character Chart
Character Chart
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(138 KB|3 pages)
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This graphic organizer is a must-have for the English classroom! The “Character Chart” features five categories: appearance, thoughts, actions, words, and other characters.

Within each category, I integrated my thought process in order to better assist students. For example: under the “thoughts” category, I identified the following subcategories: emotions, point of view, morals/ethics, inner monologue, flashbacks/memories, and personality traits/states. For each category, I highlighted useful English terminology.

There is also a place for students to identify textual evidence and the page number. In order to differentiate instruction, there are three versions included in your purchase: a chart with bullet points, a chart without bullet points, and a chart without bullet points and subcategories. Please view the thumbnails!

Teacher Tip: Printing multiple character charts into a packet works wonderfully with the jigsaw method! Each student can be the expert on a different character.

About Wondering with Mrs. Watto:

Welcome! I am a middle school English teacher who creates graphic organizers, posters, and more!

I received my Bachelor of Arts in English and my Master of Arts in Education.

Please check out my other products too. I hope my resources help you and your students!

Happy Teaching,

Jillian Watto

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Analyze how an author develops and contrasts the points of view of different characters or narrators in a text.
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