Stealing Clues and Citing Evidence: Indirect Characterization

Stealing Clues and Citing Evidence:  Indirect Characterization
Stealing Clues and Citing Evidence:  Indirect Characterization
Stealing Clues and Citing Evidence:  Indirect Characterization
Stealing Clues and Citing Evidence:  Indirect Characterization
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Teaching characterization? This lesson includes an explanation of indirect and direct characterization, a graphic organizer to help students "STEAL" evidence from the text, a character traits list, and a literary response page. Students use the evidence from the graphic organizer in their responses. Not specified for any particular piece of literature, it is perfectly adaptable to your class.
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6
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Teaching Duration
2 hours

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Stealing Clues and Citing Evidence:  Indirect Characterization
Stealing Clues and Citing Evidence:  Indirect Characterization
Stealing Clues and Citing Evidence:  Indirect Characterization
Stealing Clues and Citing Evidence:  Indirect Characterization
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