Google Classroom Users: Highly engaging, versatile, interactive, editable, and minimal prep work! Our students love our breakouts and we love all the critical thinking that takes place. We used this digital escape room to review character traits while also testing reading comprehension. We created this breakout to focus on strategies authors use to develop characters. Check out the preview to see how it works!
Focus #1: Identifying Feelings vs Traits
Focus #2 Direct vs Indirect Characterization
Focus #3: Characterization through Speech
Focus #4: Characterization through Thoughts
Focus #5: Characterization through Effects on Others
Focus #6: Characterization through Actions
Focus #7: Characterization through Looks
Focus #8: Characterization through S.T.E.A.L.
Focus #9: Characterization through Motivation
Each focus is a 2-part lock that has students practice the skill in a variety of ways as well as reading multiple passages.
Included in this product is:
*Digital Breakout-Google Form
*Digital Sorts with Vocabulary Support
*Student and Teacher Directions
*Student Code Breaker Form (2 versions to include the Bonus Round)
*Character Traits Posters
*This product works best in a 1:1 technology ratio classroom set-up.*
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