This Literature Connection toolkit includes nine different tools to help students develop characters in writing and analyze characters in literature.
Included in this character study toolkit:
☆Social Media Template for students to create a facebook/Instagram style profile of a character from a book. Students will draw a profile picture, write a bio, and write three posts about events from the beginning, middle, and end of the book. Lined and unlined, color and black and white options available. A BONUS version of this template is included as a separate file. This version is a pdf with fillable forms that students can type into. Please note that it will require Adobe Acrobat or another program that allows forms to be filled on a PDF. Permission is given to use this file with Google Classroom.
☆Character Dossier Template for students to gather "Top Secret" information about characters.
☆Inside & Out organizer for students to list internal and external traits of characters they are developing for their own writing, or for a character from a book.
☆Character Clues page for students to write down character traits along with the evidence from the book to support these traits.
☆Key Characters mini-book perfect for lapbooks and interactive notebooks.
☆Character Analysis Frame to study how a character's thoughts, feelings, and actions change throughout a story.
☆Character Development graphic organizer to show how a character acts, thinks, and feels at the beginning and end of the story. Students also record what causes the changes.
☆Character Analysis Bubble Worksheet for students to describe a character, record quotes and more.
☆Character motivation page following the "Wanted, but, so, then..." format.