Reflection: Data Analysis Characters' Roles Formative Assessment - Section 2: Independent Work


I only had two kids in the class make mistakes on this. That was simply with vocabulary. They mixed up antagonist and protagonist, so I know that I can go back and just work on helping them make sense of those words and definitions with some mnemonics to help.  

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Characters' Roles Formative Assessment

Unit 6: A Plot To Create Better Readers...
Lesson 5 of 8

Objective: SWBAT identify the roles of the antagonist and protagonist in a fiction text.

Big Idea: Now that we know that all characters have roles, let see if you can spot the two major ones!

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