Character Emotion/Synonym Games and Practice with the Common Core

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Your students will be engaged with these easy-to-prepare games as they learn 24 new character emotions and synonyms (6 sets of 4 synonyms ranging from easy to challenging). Game ideas will address several learning styles. This word work will gradually release them into practice, assessment and application that are Common Core State Standards aligned. Continued exposure to these words will ensure that your students will understand them while reading and be able to use them in their writing.

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*Two Games*
1. “Which Character is ...?” - During this game students will use facial expressions as clues to judge the character’s emotion that belongs with the correct picture. This is a great game for your ESL students or visual learners.
2. The second game is a matching game where students compare the 24 character emotion synonyms they just learned.

*Word Wall*
1. A sign that reads “Be a Word Wizard.” This can be enlarged if needed.
2. The 24 character emotion synonyms are written 2 to a page with a star border to match the sign.

*Practice*
1. A 2-page practice sheet (can be double-sided) asks students to compare the words by finding a definition and writing an antonym.
2. Another 2-page practice sheet gives the students one of the character emotions and asks the student to write a synonym and then use the new word in a sentence that demonstrates understanding. Students are allowed to look them up if needed.

*Assessment*
A one-page assessment asks students to write a synonym and a sentence.

*Application*
1. Students use their new knowledge of character emotions as they apply it to reading. The first generic graphic organizer asks students to analyze a character’s thoughts, words and actions and to then conclude 4 different traits and write a specific example from the text for each one.
2. The second generic graphic organizer will give the teacher another choice of reading and writing application and is similar to the above. Students analyze one character by giving 3 different emotions. Each emotion is proven with two examples from the text.

This Packet also Includes ...

. Common Core State Standards
. Objectives, Essential Questions, Teacher Directions for Games, .Practice and Assessment
. Additional Word Work Ideas that include variations to one of the games.
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31
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Character Emotion/Synonym Games and Practice with the Common Core
Character Emotion/Synonym Games and Practice with the Common Core
Character Emotion/Synonym Games and Practice with the Common Core
Character Emotion/Synonym Games and Practice with the Common Core
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