Assess your students' knowledge of how authors develop characters with this product. Students will read a short passage followed by a question in a variety of formats including the following:
-determining the trait
-given the trait and determining best (2) evidence that supports it
-determining the trait and writing a R.A.C.E.(C.E.) constructed response (Restate, Answer, Cite, Explain, Cite, Explain)
-given a trait and determining the different types of character development evidence(s) based on S.T.E.A.L (Character Speech, Thoughts, Effects on Others, Actions, and Looks)
Each Comprehension Check asks students to focus on a specific type of character development objective which includes the following;
-feelings vs traits
-"direct" traits vs "indirect"
-determining a trait based on character SPEECH
-determining a trait based on character THOUGHTS
-determining a trait based on character EFFECTS ON OTHERS
-determining a trait based on character ACTIONS
-determining a trait based on character LOOKS
-round vs flat characters
In this product, you will get:
-10 comprehension checks PRINTABLE or DIGITAL for Google Classroom Users
-character traits sort that aligns with the passages
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Character Development 2-Week Unit
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