Sara Ghareeb
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Character Traits Word Bank, Frames and Thinking Maps

Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters, including by speaking in a different voice for each character when reading dialogue aloud. Character Traits Word Bank, Frames and Thinking Maps

Character traits blog post! Could have students find text evidence to support the trait.

engaging lesson on character traits - add different color marker per group addition - examples for appearance, action, dialogue, monologue

A whooping 495 templates for interactive notebooks and flap books. This treasure trove of options will motivate you to create great activities for your students. The PNG images with transparent backgrounds can easily be inserted into Word or PowerPoint documents and scaled to the size of your choice. (For both commercial and personal use.)

495 templates for interactive notebooks and flap books. The PNG images with transparent backgrounds can easily be inserted into Word or PowerPoint documents and scaled to the size of your choice. (For both commercial and personal use.

Reading Literature Interactive Notebook for grades 6-9! Specifically focuses on: character development, figurative language, plot development, citing textual evidence, and vocabulary! $

Reading Literature Interactive Notebook for grades Specifically focuses on: character development, figurative language, plot development, citing textual evidence, and vocabulary!