Character Map - Would be great in guided reading with higher levels or do a something similar as an anchor chart for a mini lesson.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad# Guide Reading, Character Maps, Totally Terrif, Character Charts, Graphics Organizations, Character Analysis, Character Traits, Anchors Charts, 2Nd Grade
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Character Analysis: 4th Grade Reading Literature Graphic Organizers for Common Core. This could easily be adapted for a couple age groups
When writing a story, our characters really start growing on us. In fact, sometimes it's hard to get their voices out of our heads! Unfortunately, other times they're as quiet as a mouse. Have that problem? Try using this worksheet to get to know your character better.
Great character map. I'm using a similar one I made with my students for the characters of Othello. I'm going to have them do 1 character of their choice for homework, then the next day I'll have the main character chart on poster board. They'll do carousel walking/groups and collectively add information to each large chart.
Guided Reading Snapshot. This is a wonderful chart for teachers to use to assess students. It could be used at the beginning and the end of a unit to compare student's progress. While it would be time consuming to do individually with each student, it could be very beneficial to learn where students are at before choosing books for the school year.