I Have, Who Has
is a great strategy to use with your students when reviewing vocabulary or different concepts. This set of I Have, Who Has
cards are designed to review with your students twenty-five literary terms relating to character and conflict.
✓ Twenty-five I Have, Who Has
✓ Answer chain
✓ List literary terms with definitions
✓ I Have, Who Has
directions and teaching suggestions
Literary Terms Included:
Character, Round Character, Direct Characterization, Appearance, Stock Character, Protagonist, Antagonist, Actions, Character/Personality Traits, Conflict, Indirect Characterization, External Conflict, Soliloquy, Effect, Dynamic Character, Motivation, Believable, Story's Meaning, Internal Conflict, Monologue, Dialogue, Narrator, Subordinate Character, Flat Character, Private Thoughts
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