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Generating Ideas IV: Looking at Characters Across Texts. Objective: To compare characters across texts based on character traits, family, relationships, setting and/or experiences C.C.S.S.: W8.9, SL8.1. Beyond the superficial…. What does that mean? What examples can you give?

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Generating ideas iv looking at characters across texts

Generating Ideas IV: Looking at Characters Across Texts

Objective: To compare characters across texts based on character traits, family, relationships, setting and/or experiences

C.C.S.S.: W8.9, SL8.1


Beyond the superficial

Beyond the superficial…

What does that mean? What examples can you give?

By truly understanding the characters that authors create we can begin to see similarities between characters from other texts. When we readers make connections it is important to look beyond the surface and look for the insightful connections


Building a character bridge

“Building a Character Bridge”

My example: listen to how I use the graphic organizer to guide my thinking

Complete the next line with your partner by determining the specific connection between two characters – be prepared to share what you discussed


Evaluation homework

Evaluation & Homework

EVALUATION:

Rate yourself a 1-4 for how well this lesson (notes, activity, information learned) made sense to you

HOMEWORK:

Complete “Building a Character Bridge” worksheet


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