Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Character Roll Call - Section 1: Warm Up


I caution you to limit the comparison/contrasting choices to the ones listed above.  This is due to an experience I had one year when a boy chose to compare two teachers at our school.  One came off with a glowing report...the other not so much, but what made it worse was he was a talented writer with a great sense of humor.  Word got out quickly and it was an uncomfortable situation.

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  Adjustments to Practice: Stick With Fiction
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Character Roll Call

Unit 3: Literary Elements from the Island
Lesson 8 of 14

Objective: TSWBAT compare and contrast the characters through details in the text.

Big Idea: Protagonists, antagonists, and all those other's their turn to be counted.

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English / Language Arts, theme (Writing), imagery, mood, literary device
  55 minutes
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