$ Analyzing Character Traits - Common Core Aligned (CCSS RL.3.3, RL.4.3, RL.5.3) This packet offers a variety of strategies and printables for teaching students to analyze character traits. You'll find graphic organizers, specific lessons, a bibliography of suggested books, and more. Newly updated! Complete online preview available on this page.
Free Character Trait List for Primary Grades
Classroom Freebies: Character Traits. Use for Habit 1 - Proactive, change to " is the character trait proactice or reactive?"
Common Core binder
Free graphic organizers/printables for theme and summary (RL.3.2, RL.4.2, and RL.5.2) Can transfer into math lesson summary
this blog has LOTS of great printables
Awesome graphic organizer! Students add what they know to details from the text to make an inference or prediction. One of dozens of printables in Graphic Organizers for Reading: Teaching Tools Aligned with the Common Core $ #LauraCandler
Academic language for classroom collaborative discussions in the common core classroom (from Kate Kinsella)
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Full of great ideas to help you teach character traits in reading.
#free #character traits worksheet- click through for book recommendations for teaching character traits
Character Profile Organizer + a great article about character study
CCSS organizers, anchor charts, info
Character Trait List to use when analyzing characters in Literature Circle discussions
Enjoy these printables of K through 5 Common Core Standards for Reading and Language Arts in kid-friendly terms.
A handy tool to use for differentiating when asking questions. Categories aligns with Bloom's Taxonomy. Print it out and keep it on your clipboard to use in planning.
Common Core Anchor Chart Ideas: Standard RL.5 Characteristics of Genres
FREE Download: Common Core Writing "PEEL" Anchor Chart - Updated to include student handout.
Read about how to use FAST and lots of other tips to help you teach character traits in reading.
This 5-3-1 organizer helps students to pick apart and close read non-fiction texts! It covers the second grade common core standard RI.2.1 (asking and answering who, what, when, where, why, and how questions). It can be used with any non-fiction text!