Characterization Teacher Lecture & Student Notes – Once students have a basic understanding of the protagonist and antagonist, it is time to introduce characterization! With this engaging PowerPoint lesson, teach students about direct and indirect characterization, as well as the five components of characterization through the acronym S.T.E.A.L. (speech, thoughts, effects on others, actions, looks)
This engaging lesson comes in 3 formats (PowerPoint, PDF, & Jpegs) to best meet the specific learning needs of your classroom.
Character Analysis Graphic Organizer – Take character analysis to a deeper level! This graphic organizer requires students to actively engage with their texts by asking them to use the S.T.E.A.L. acronym to identify AND analyze characterization of one or more characters. Can be used with any text!
Creating Character Activities – Two engaging lessons on the author’s craft behind creating character!
Creating Character Creative Writing
Creating Character Analysis & Illustration