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Describe characters in a story (e.g., their traits, motivations, or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequence of events.
What item's in a character's bedroom would reflect their deepest desires? And what if they toured a similar character's room?
What is the Brick Pig's philosophy? How would he apply it to the characters in Harry Potter?
Aristotle noted that positive traits and negative traits are often the same thing, but just in different amounts. The right amount is a virtue, but too much or too little and it's a vice.
Your students will set up a tournament to determine which person or character best demonstrated resiliency.
Your students will use Depth and Complexity to note how a character's main trait changes across a story.
Create a pixelated icon that represents the essence of a character!
How do characters from novels line up with Gardner's Multiple Intelligences?
Put a grumpy character next to a joyful one and they make each other stand out even more. Opposites are powerful!
Can someone do the right thing, but for the wrong reason?