This flip book based on Fever 1793 will encourage students to think about the elements of characterization using STEAL (Speech, Thoughts, Effect on Others, Actions and Looks). Six characters are represented along with an editable scoring rubric to assist with grading that can also be used for peer editing. These pages are formatted to make a booklet or can be cut to fit in an interactive notebook.
The descriptive writing element in this activity weaves through anchor standards for Common Core and also meets guidelines for the UDL (Universal Design for Learning.) I have included these in an editable format that can be copied and pasted into your lesson plan. Students can be creative with their pages and will enjoy fusing art with literature.
As an additional activity, students have a character chart that asks them to view the character through the lens of Growth Mindset by considering how the character grows through the story, faces challenges, overcomes problems, learns and improves and how he or she impacts other characters.
Included in this product:
6 Tabbed Character Pages for booklet or interactive notebook pages
The Ogilvies (all combined as one character)
Editable List of Descriptive Words
Scoring Rubric in PDF and in editable Excel format
Growth Mindset Character Chart (subjective, not included in rubric)
Common Core Anchor and UDL Standards (Word File)
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