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Classroom: Reading / Writing. Character Traits grouped with similar traits. Use to compare and contrast. What are the subtle differences? Would be great to transfer these into a web organizer.

Teaching about character traits

As we have entered the month of August, every teacher, whether she likes it or not, starts thinking about school. Some of us have dreams (or nightmares). Some of us go on a Pinterest spree. We walk through Target and ask ourselves "What do I 'need' from the dollar section?" You don't do this? Okay, maybe it's just me. Anyway, we are also thinking about what were some of our students' challenges last year, and how we will address them this year. My third and fourth graders had difficulty with…

Teacher Trap: Understanding Characters

3 Secrets for Teaching Character Traits – Teacher Trap

Character Study Made Easy! Here are the 3 secrets of teaching character traits so that students really get it!

Read about some great ideas to help you teach character traits in reading.

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Read about some great ideas to help you teach character traits in reading.

Bringing Characters to Life in Writer's Workshop | Scholastic.com

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Character Project for ANY Novel!  Covers character traits, conflict, and change.  Free assignment sheet and rubric included.

Character Project for ANY Novel!

I mentioned in a this post and this post how we have been just knee deep in character study. We were reading the novel Rules , which my st...

Creating Readers and Writers: Spring Cleaning Blog Post... Anchor Chart Gallery

Anchor Chart Gallery

It's spring cleaning time in my classroom (are you in that mood, too?) and I'm sorting through all of my anchor charts, taking some down to make room for others and deciding which ones to pass on to my intern. (She graduates from USF next month... yay, Laura!) So I took a picture of each one just in case I need to make it again and need a little inspiration. I'm posting them here in case you're visual like me and like to collect ideas for your anchor charts. They're random and in no…

Anchor charts and more!

Ten Pin Linky Party: Reading!!!

teaching ideas, upper elementary classroom ideas, reading ideas,resources for the upper elementary classroom, teaching grammar, graphic organizers

Build schema by brainstorming characters and settings they know. Great for story writing and story maps.

One Extra Degree - a teaching blog by Amanda Nickerson

a teaching blog by Amanda Nickerson

Love this anchor chart about analyzing characters!

Character Study Part 2: Character Traits, Character Change, and More - Young Teacher Love

Welcome to Part 2 of our Character Study! You can read up on Part 1 HERE! Our Analyzing Character Unit is in FULL swing in our classroom. We started by discussing the different types of characters in our books. Since we’ve had many read alouds and read a lot of mentor texts this year, it […]

Great ideas for your writer's and reader's notebooks! Could be used with reading/characterization or with writing/make-believe stories.

Our Reader's Notebooks

Today we had a 6th grade Language Arts teacher planning day. I was really excited about it, but I am bummed at the lack of things we actual...

READING ACTIVITY~  Problem/solution and character traits activity, all in one.  Great idea!

Happy Dance and a Giveaway! :) - One Extra Degree

Can you hear me screaming all the way in Ohio?! Because I am. 🙂 Friends, I finally completed my very last grad school class!!! I am a FREE woman! Seriously, I am so happy to be able to focus on my family and school now… without one more additional layer. I can’t even articulate what …

Characterization-- inside & outside traits and a lesson on how characters change within a text!

Mrs. Patton's Class

This week in Reader's Workshop, we are continuing our study of characterization. We want to understand how characters think, feel and change during a story. This will help us understand what we read. Below are a few examples of what we are working on during class! Our goal is to understand what a character looks like on the inside and the outside. Before writing about characters in a book, we wrote about ourselves! Reader's Workshop focus wall! We studied many characters in our favorite…

Character Development - Anchor Chart - Freedom Box - Credit @Kristen - Storefront Life Rexroad Seth

Character Development - Anchor Chart - Freedom Box - Credit @Kristen - Storefront Life Rexroad Seth