Teacher Trap|Understanding Characters. This article contains some solid ideas for anchor charts, like the one pictured above, for teaching students to think about character development. The visuals and simplicity of the designs make these ideas suitable for use with ELLs.
http://pinterest.com/pin/194077065161977260/ Assessment Strategy: Students will see all the different traits a character can have. After reading every story, the student can pick out the character and out of the list of traits, the student will pick out the appropriate ones for that character. 1.RL.3 Describe characters , setting and major events in a story, using key details.
This is a colorful and creative way to teach students about superlative and comparative. The use of sticky notes are easy and simple. I would display this poster in the classroom, and students would interact by placing their sticky notes on the board, and tell me why they placed them where they did.
This teacher did a great character study on the BFG. I think that's an excellent choice for character study! I also like to stress the difference between character traits and actions, then connect the two. Awesome anchor chart from oneextradegree.blogspot.com