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Build vocabulary and improve comprehension by using a character analysis chart.

Mrs. Edwards' 3rd Grade Classroom Blog: Character Analysis

I would give my students a sheet with character traits, and their heads would spin trying to locate a word amongst the sea of words! So this chart...

Character Traits Categories

Character Analysis for any character

Character Analysis for any character

Character Analysis-the heart of Common Core Standard RL.3

Literacy & Math Ideas: Character Analysis

Character Trait Map...use evidence to prove your thinking

Character Activities

Love To Teach | Character Web | Teacher, Student, and Parent Resources

Character Map foldable for "Drita, My Homegirl"

Get in the Fold!: Character Map FoldableĀ®

Main character traits

Great idea!! Check it out! Each student is in charge of keeping track of a character during our read a loud. Great for a studying characters unit!

Young Teacher Love: Character Study Part 1: The Westing Game

character traits anchor chart, like the completeness of this

Anchor chart for teaching point of view.

What did the character see? Draw the scene in the center of the eye...directions given

Art Projects for Kids: An Eye for Magritte

Story Structure Learning Cube

Story Structure Learning Cube

Graphic Organizer for Elements of a Story!!

A great character development graphic organizer for the visual learner.

Mrs. K. Simpson: October 2012

Character Analysis. Graphic organizers! I love that there's a space for text evidence at the bottom

Graphic Organizers

Emotions - Feelings Word Vocabulary. Add to the list on the board when you come across one in a read aloud. Use emotion faces as headers.