Reflection: Who Are You? - A Character Analysis - Section 2: Independent Practice


Students confused character traits with character feelings at times. I had to explain that feelings are temporary. For example, Mulan was worried about her father going to war, but that was not her personality throughout the story. Mulan’s bravery was a character trait because she was brave to fight in her father’s place and the emperor rewarded her for her bravery because she fought and won many battles.

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Who Are You? - A Character Analysis

Unit 6: The Ballad of Mulan
Lesson 4 of 14

Objective: SWBAT to identify character traits by analyzing a character's actions in the story.

Big Idea: Students revisit the story of Mulan and determine what type of person she is. They will rely on her actions based on details in the story.

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