Interactive Character Analysis Posters-100 Character Traits With Organizers

Joanne Miller
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3rd - 8th
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100 character trait posters, matching organizers, and editable character trait poster. Want your students to be m ore interactive with text? This resource is guaranteed to promote character analysis in your classroom! This resource will build new vocabulary and expose your students to higher level character traits.

Character traits are introduced/discussed during read alouds, mentor texts, weekly stories, etc. As characters display the trait, the traits are recorded on the post-its with evidence to support the trait.

This resource includes student tracking sheets of all 100 traits to keep as a reference or interactive notebook.

Organizers can be used to model or brainstorm ideas of actions/behaviors that would be demonstrated with each trait.

Posters can be cut in half (without post-its) to display traits with student friendly definition for a bulletin board or wall display.

Introduce one character trait at a time (weekly character trait) or have several displayed at a time.

Mine are displayed all over the wall in front of my classroom where I call them to the carpet to read so we can be on the lookout for these traits when I’m doing my mini-lessons. The posters with post-its are a great visual of what traits have already been found.

YEAR LONG BULLETIN BOARD! You and your students will refer back to these posters every time you meet a new character! Perfect for making connections and comparing characters across texts.

Posters are black and white polka dots and stripes and will add to any classroom décor.

Laminate and use year after year!

Resource includes:

100 posters of common character traits-two designs)

100 graphic organizers to explicitly teach character traits

10 pages of student tracking sheet (all 100 traits)

Compiled list of character traits (one page)

Compiled list of character traits with new traits highlighted (one page)

**Editable character trait poster

Suggestions/tips/photos/examples

***Updated with new design and 25 new character traits on 3/23/21.

The perfect companion with matching character traits to this set!

Click here: Book Character Awards {Character Traits}

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Reading With Post-Its

Reading Response Menu-Common Core Aligned

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~Joanne

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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Describe characters in a story (e.g., their traits, motivations, or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events.
Describe in depth a character, setting, or event in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., a character’s thoughts, words, or actions).
Compare and contrast two or more characters, settings, or events in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., how characters interact).

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