Reflection: Flexibility Comparing Characters - Section 3: Character Discussion


When we finished the lesson I realized that I should have given time for students to turn their comparisons into a paragraph or two. It would have been a good lesson to model how to write a paragraph where details need to be given  and then compared. Alas, I didn't have time for that this time, but create a lesson doing just that with another book with this modeling and writing as it's focus.

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Comparing Characters

Unit 10: Story Elements
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: SWBAT compare similar characters from tow versions of the same story using character traits.

Big Idea: Using versions of the "Three Little Pigs" makes comparing characters fun. Students will use character traits to compare and contrast one of the characters in the story.

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