“Compare and Contrast Fictional vs. Nonfictional Characters”
This educational resource pack includes video and hands-on approaches:
Modified for students with a hearing impairment: ASL American Sign Language and visual prompts applied. Visual aids whenever possible, including captioned versions of videos and films, Providing unfamiliar vocabulary in written form, on the blackboard, or in a handout.
Images and descriptions from fiction and non-fiction characters with:
(Level 1) A brief description can be signed by the sign language interpreter to describe each fictional and non-fictional character. Then ASL words are utilized by the teacher and the student to describe the characters.
(Level 2) Learn key words/phrases regarding the characters
(Level 3) Compare and categorize fictional vs non-fictional characters
(Level 4) Use a range of strategies including text features to gain meaning, draw conclusions ________ and make predictions.
Red print relates to notes for the teacher, parent or self-instruction. ASL alphabet attached to end of worksheets for instructors use.
Certificate of Achievement is available for students that finish the resource pack satisfactorily.