This listing is for a characterization activity entitled "Mind Jump" in which students analyze how point of view affects character traits.
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For this mini-lesson:
To write from the point of view of characters from a piece of literature in order to assess how point of view shapes characterization
To understand what motivates characters to take action
To develop criteria for analyzing character
To assess comprehension of character development across a text
Common Core Standards
R1, 3, 6, 11/ W1-4, 10/ L1-3
Understanding a character’s point of view is necessary in determining a character’s motivation to take action. In this activity, students will explore the point of view of a specific character and attempt to write from that character’s perspective.
After completing the “Mind Jump” Activity, students can complete the following post activities that are also included: the “Mind Jump” Pair Discussion, the “Mind Jump” Character Chart, and/or the “Mind Jump” Post Write-up in order to analyze the traits of the character from the initial “Mind Jump” Lead Activity.
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