Reflection: Staircase of Complexity “A Hundred Bucks of Happy” – Characterization - Section 2: Day Two - Character Development Paragraph


Students had followed this same format in a previous lesson which was guided.  This time they are creating their analysis independently.  Of course, we will continue analyzing character development throughout the year.

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“A Hundred Bucks of Happy” – Characterization

Unit 12: Reading: Part II!
Lesson 14 of 16

Objective: SWBAT draw inferences from the text to ascertain the development of the protagonist as a dynamic character.

Big Idea: How did Chris develop as a dynamic character?

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