Reflection: Checks for Understanding Analyzing "real" characters with a "Fakebook" Day 2 of 2 - Section 3: Application


Since the last time I checked, more students are including appropriate statements as posts and comments on the Fakebook page, but I still have some students that are doing plot summaries. One of the ways that I helped them correct these plot summaries was to ask them to describe the character during the action they had included in the post. Once they gave me those descriptions, I told them to add the descriptions to their posts and include the plot information in the textual evidence. This proved useful to many of them.

  Posts and Comments need more work
  Checks for Understanding: Posts and comments need more work
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Analyzing "real" characters with a "Fakebook" Day 2 of 2

Unit 6: Actions and Reactions
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: SWBAT analyze similarities and differences between characters in different texts by creating a Venn diagram in preparation for future essay writing; SWBAT analyze a character's development by finishing up their Fakebook page

Big Idea: Analyzing complex characters: from Venn diagrams to Fakebooks -- the possibilities are endless

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