We found 65 resources with the concept character descriptions
In this collection, students learn about direct and indirect characterization through a series of lessons, worksheets, and graphic organizers.Students will also use Waggle Learning Goals' adaptive practice to work at their own pace. Skill Boosts can also be used as a pre- or post-assessments.
Wuthering Heights 1: On the Moors
2 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Emily Bronte's classic novel Wuthering Heights introduced the world to the popular characters—and complicated relationship—of Catherine and Heathcliff. A video clip from a 2009 film adaptation of the classic novel helps introduce the...
Writing About Literature: Comparing and Contrasting Characters in Heidi
5th CCSS: Designed
Scholars read excerpts from the story, Heidi, in a three-part assessment that focuses on comparing and contrasting characters. Each part contains three tasks that challenge learners to discuss, answer comprehension questions,...
Thrills! Chills! Using Scary Stories to Motivate Students to Read
6th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
What better way to motivate reading than with scary stories, especially around Halloween. Using a Goosebumps series set of books, learners participate in daily reading of chapters from their book. Each day they focus on a different story...
How Will You Describe Me?
1st - 5th
There are many ways to describe people. Their physical appearances, personality traits, and behaviors are a few examples. This also applies to characters in literature, and it is important for our children to be able to identify obvious traits and even reveal the not-so-obvious ones. Use this collection to help your students analyze characters in literature.
We Can Work It Out: English Language Development Lessons (Theme 7)
1st CCSS: Adaptable
Listen, look, speak, and move are the routine steps of the English language development lessons found in a We Can Work It Out themed unit. Language proficiency is reinforced through picture cards, poems, and grand discussions about...