These Soldier's Heart conflict activities (part of my Soldier's Heart Novel Unit Bundle
) will help students practice identifying examples of different types of conflict (person vs. person, person vs. nature, etc.)
The first page contains multiple-choice questions as well as open-ended extension questions, inviting students to locate similar events, identify cause and effect, and evaluate the importance of plot events. (An answer key is included.)
The next page is great for interactive notebooks; it provides definitions of each type of conflict for notes, and there is space for students' own examples. I let students write real-life examples and examples from movies or other books. Making connections helps them really remember the types of conflict!
The third page is a tic-tac-toe writing activity containing nine conflict-related writing prompts, which will help students extend their understanding and connect types of conflict with their personal experiences. This is a wonderful way to give students choice and allow creativity while teaching literary elements!
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