Supporting Character Traits Through Textual Evidence for Wonder

Supporting Character Traits Through Textual Evidence for Wonder
Supporting Character Traits Through Textual Evidence for Wonder
Supporting Character Traits Through Textual Evidence for Wonder
Supporting Character Traits Through Textual Evidence for Wonder
Supporting Character Traits Through Textual Evidence for Wonder
Supporting Character Traits Through Textual Evidence for Wonder
Supporting Character Traits Through Textual Evidence for Wonder
Supporting Character Traits Through Textual Evidence for Wonder
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This presentation includes a lesson on character traits, how to define character traits through textual evidence for the characters Summer and Julian in the book Wonder, along with how to take this evidence to create a Say, Mean, and Matter paragraph supporting one trait. It includes excerpts taken from the book where students will have to decide what character trait it is an example of. It also contains a lesson on Say, Mean, Matter, which encourages students to use textual evidence, explain what it means, and finally how it matters in answering the question.
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