Reflection: Online Resources Characterization: The author's brainchild - Section 2: Mini-Lesson


Games are a great way to reinforce a strategy and there are plenty of games that help students understand the concept of Characterization. The following link is from and it includes cards to play a memory matching game with text descriptions and Characterization: This next link from brain pop provides several different Characterization-themed games and activities that students can play: There are tons of great resources online for this important concept.


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Characterization: The author's brainchild

Unit 16: Characterization Unit
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: SWBAT define Characterization and identify it in books from their browsing boxes.

Big Idea: Introducing the concept of Characterization

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