Reading Response Form
What makes a character believable? Have learners write a response to this question by explaining why they found the characters in a given story or novel to be believable or not believeable.
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- Have learners use the white space at the bottom of the page to draw a picture of the character or another visual that goes with their response
- Require pupils to list several character traits or actions as evidence of their claims
- This response page could be used with any characters
- The word unbelievable (inlucded in the prompt) is often used to mean extraordinary rather than not believable; this might cause some confusion
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