Help your students understand the difference between character traits, character feelings and character motivations in a literary text.
3 anchor charts that help students understand the difference between a character trait, a character feeling and a character motivation.
A bookmark that can be copied front to back that gives information from the posters to help students while reading.
3 Flip Flaps for students to use while reading their own literature text or to use after a read aloud. The 3 flips flaps cover character traits/feelings, character motivation and character sequence
A character trait or feeling sort worksheet
3 worksheets to be used with any literary text:
How does the character change? Beginning, Middle and End
What motivations does the character show?
How does the actions of the character contribute to the sequence of the story?
I hope your students understand the difference between a character trait, feeling and motivation from using the anchor charts and worksheets.
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Common Core Literature Resource Products:
Folktales, Fables, Myths: Theme and Moral
What's the Point of View?
Chapter, Scenes, Stanzas RL 3.5
Literal and Nonliteral Language
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Common Core Literature Resource Bundle