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Static or Dynamic Character Analysis Worksheet

description of static, dynamic, flat and round characters

Character types anchor chart for 6th grade (round, flat, static, dynamic)

This can be used during a mini-lesson on characters and character development. In pre-writing, students can help to establish their main character by answering these questions---Are they flat or round? Static or dynamic? Protagonists or antagonists? Memorable or forgettable? Answering these questions helps to generate ideas for writing. Plus a little vocabulary lesson mixed in.

88 Depth and Complexity task cards for social studies/history! Can be used with grades 4-10+, and can be used with any textbook! $

The Book Talk Jar... a comprehension activities for workstations or early finishers

Greek and Latin root word graphic organizer.

This Explorers Lap Book contains interactive organizers which may be glued onto a file folder to from a lap book, added to interactive notebooks, or used individually. $

This plot diagram can be used with any fiction text. Covers : Exposition, Dynamic & Static Characters, Inciting Force, Rising Action, Climax, ...