Google Classroom Users: Test your students' abilities identifying character traits with this auto-grading Google Form. Students will be asked to read brief passages and asked comprehension questions identifying the trait as well as text evidence to support their answer.
Focus #1: Traits vs Feelings
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.
For each section, there are two brief passages where students are asked to determine the trait based on the focus of that section. After identifying the trait, students are asked to choose the best text evidence that helped them determine the trait.
This Google Form is best used as a pre- or post-unit assessment or an e-learning assignment. Because we use Google Forms, this resource can be edited to fit your needs.
This is most suitable for students who are familiar with Google Forms and schools who have one-to-one technology. This product could also be done with partners and small groups if the technology is unavailable.
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