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
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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Common Core Standards
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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.
Total Pages
6 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 hours
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