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Learning methods of characterization is definitely a great way for kids to develop their inference skills, as well as their narrative writing abilities. Using the Teach, Practice, Test method is the best way to ensure mastery of these important skills. Step-by-step directions show you how to begin by using the PowerPoint and guided notes for instructing and modeling. Students will move on to collaborative and independent practice worksheets. Then you can assess with the editable test.
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The step-by-step gradual release method is very effective when teaching new or complex concepts. It begins with the teacher explaining and modeling, moves on to partner work, and culminates with students working independently.
The lessons are versatile and easy to use; you can change them to fit your needs and the needs of your students. The PowerPoint presentations can be used with both choices of notes. Detailed lesson plans are included.
★ Define characterization and related terminology
★ Read short passages and describe characters
★ Distinguish between direct and indirect characterization
★ Find text evidence that supports characterization
★ Practice writing about characters using indirect characterization
The zip file includes
Direct Instruction, Guided Practice, Independent Practice, Assessment
→ digital links to each file for your remote learning needs
♦ a 33 slide PowerPoint presentation
♦ a 16 page guided notes file
♦ a 26 page interactive notebook file
♦ a brief introductory overview
♦ an editable 20 item test for assessment
♦ answer keys
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