Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Plotting Character Change: It Takes Guts! - Section 1: Activator


Identifying the major problem in a story sets the stage for tracking character development as the plot unfolds. Unless you continue to challenge students to connect the character’s motivations and challenges to the story problem they will not dive deep into the text and analyze the ‘why’ behind a character’s actions.

  Identifying the Main Problem in a Story
  Developing a Conceptual Understanding: Identifying the Main Problem in a Story
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Plotting Character Change: It Takes Guts!

Unit 9: Character Change: Choice Novel Unit
Lesson 10 of 13

Objective: SWBAT describe (visually and orally) how characters change as a novel's plot unfolds.

Big Idea: Life poses challenges. Will the protagonist sink or swim?

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