Introducing Character Traits - TeacherVision ; Introducing Character Traits Introduce the concept of character traits in your reading comprehension instruction with this graphic organizer. Become a Character: Adjectives, Character Traits, and Hold up a copy of Duck for President by Doreen Cronin or a similar picture book and ask the class who the story is about.
The students will then create a character sketch of Johnny Appleseed, which they have already read during one of their stations. An inference is making a good guess based on facts that we find in the text. Each character is an outline of the person they become as they join the garden.
For the teacher: Standard 7-The teacher plans instruction based upon knowledge of subject matter, students, the community, and curriculum goals. And it happened that way.
In this lesson, students write a character sketch about somebody they Now have your child illustrate the main character inside the frame of the character analysis chart. Provide students with pre-written sentence frames to use when recording their thinking.
Print and collect your scrapbook pages. As students are discussing their work, assess if they are able to accurately identify character traits and accompanying evidence.
As each student shares, write the main character from their favorite story up your chart paper or whiteboard. Support: Work with a small group of students who need additional support and read aloud a short fictional story.