Perceptions of Character: Literary Elements & Writing Analysis {COMMON CORE}

Perceptions of Character: Literary Elements & Writing Anal
Perceptions of Character: Literary Elements & Writing Anal
Perceptions of Character: Literary Elements & Writing Anal
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This listing is for a characterization activity entitled "Magic Mirror" in which students analyze how a character's perceptions of himself/herself reveal character traits.

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"Magic Mirror"

Task
To analyze the similarities and differences among a protagonist’s view of himself/herself versus how other characters view the protagonist

Objectives
To develop criteria for analyzing character
To assess comprehension of character development across a text
To select appropriate academic vocabulary for literary analysis
To support analysis with textual evidence

Common Core Standards
R1, 3, 6, 11/ W1-4, 9-11/ SL 1, 4, 6/ L1-3

Instructions
Oftentimes, the disparity in perception between how a protagonist of a story sees himself/herself and how other characters view the protagonist causes the protagonist to make a mistake—sometimes a very tragic mistake. In “Magic Mirror,” students are to consider how the protagonist views himself/herself as compared to how other characters view him/her. By looking at the protagonist through this lens, students can begin to see the imperfections of the protagonist that bring about conflict in the story.

The lead activity, “Magic MIrror,” asks students to brainstorm adjectives to describe how the protagonist sees himself/herself. It also asks students to brainstorm adjectives to describe how other characters view the protagonist. Then, students can complete any or all of the follow-up activities to analyze the information from the “Magic Mirror” Activity including the “Magic Mirror” Chart, “Magic Mirror” Venn diagram, or the “Magic Mirror” Writing Task. All of these activities lend themselves to sharing/ discussing either in small groups or as a whole class, so consider ways for students to interact throughout these activities.

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Perceptions of Character: Literary Elements & Writing Anal
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Perceptions of Character: Literary Elements & Writing Anal
Perceptions of Character: Literary Elements & Writing Anal
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