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This graphic organizer correlates with 3rd grade common core standard RL.3.3, "Describe characters in a story (e.g., their traits, motivations, or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events."Students use this graphic organizer during or after reading to help them identify a character's traits, motivations, and feelings, and how the story would have changed had the character not done a particular action.

This graphic organizer correlates with grade common core standard "Describe characters in a story (e., their traits, motivations, or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events." Students use this graphic organizer

Teaching 4 Real: Reading Responses The Common Core Way

Teaching 4 Real: Reading Responses The Common Core Way Character Analysis with text evidence

FREE 4th and 5th Grade Scaffolded Student Response Pages for Common Core.  I love using these for homework and no-prep sub plans.

FREE and Grade Scaffolded Student Response Pages for Common Core. I love using these for homework and no-prep sub plans.

This is an awesome resource for students to assess their own writing and then to use as a rubric to formally assess their published copy!

a rubric for each grade level (Grades in each of the 3 types of Common Core Writing: Opinion, Informative/Explanatory, and Narrative Writing.

Adding Elaborative Details Graphic Organizer for Writing ...amazing resource for grades 2-6 to organize thoughts for a narrative piece...really helps students develop their characters! common core aligned

Empowering Writers Adding Elaborative Details Graphic Organizer

Get your writer's to stretch out their character's stories by using this awesome graphic organizer! Use sensory details and feelings to elaborate and create better narrative writing! Aligned with Common Core and based on Empowering Writers Grade 5

This set of differentiated graphic organizers will help your students meet the common core standards for narrative writing.  These can be used for any topic/theme and include a publishing template.  The first graphic organizer has allowed my little first graders to "break the code" to writing a narrative.

Narrative Writing Transition Words, Sentence Starters, ANY TOPIC, Fall Autumn

Inference anchor chart + link to a booklet students can use to infer AND provide proof ($1.50)

Inferring Activities for Any Text: Help Students Learn to Make Inferences

Pinner said:  After my students write a piece I have them leave it on their desks when they go to lunch or special area classes. I place a Skittle on each correct punctuation mark (and I usually put one or two one if they indent a paragraph).  Let me tell

Punctuation power: After students write a piece I have them leave it on their desks when they go to lunch or special area classes. I place a Skittle on each correct punctuation mark.

First Grade Buddies: Ten Pin Linky: Writing Ideas

This personal narrative writing unit includes two complete writing projects and meets Common Core State Standards. Students will enjoy writing about going to a special place and a special day they have had.

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