Reflection: Lesson Planning Reviewing with a Sub: Character Traits (Day 1/4) - Section 3: Partner Practice


When I want students to refer explicitly back to a text in order to support their answers, it’s nice if they have their own copies of the text. Of course, this isn’t always possible. However, since I was going to be out and couldn’t be there to support their work this week, I did my best to gather as many copies of the book as I could find. I don’t know about where you live, but our public library system is amazing. They’re always willing to help especially when you’re an educator! I reserved multiple copies of the text to have in the room while I was out.

If this isn’t possible, you could always type specific sections of the text and copy for students so that it is available when needed. 

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Reviewing with a Sub: Character Traits (Day 1/4)

Unit 11: Mastering Fiction Elements through Photos, Videos, and Text
Lesson 9 of 12

Objective: SWBAT identify and support chosen character traits for the main character in a fiction story.

Big Idea: Students are given two character traits which they must support with proof from the text. Then they must come up with their own trait for the character, support with evidence, and explain.

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English / Language Arts, Fiction (Reading), character traits, substitute, fiction elements, character, Paper Bag Princess, Munsch
  40 minutes
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