Graphic Organizers to Model, Guide, or Assess Student Abilities
Analyze and Infer Character Traits and Feelings
Aligns with CCSSR1read closely then make logical inferences you support with evidence
--a graphic organizer is a way to display evidence
Character traits are not the destination of the analysis--analyzing character traits
that are represented in actions and choices helps to figure out the theme (CCSSR2),
especially when readers analyze the development of a character during a story (CCSSR3).
Ms. Treacy's students describe characters at Finkl Academy.
Character trait lesson plan
Actions can show traits.
Chart character traits
Analyze then infer character traits with synonyms
Demonstrate application of knowledge of feelings and traits
I Can Infer Character Traits and Support with Evidence
Little Pink Riding Hood INFERENCE DEVELOPER
Write a paragraph to explain a character's trait
Analyze character development lesson plan
Analyze and Infer Feelings
What characters say can show feelings.
Chart Feelings with Synonyms and Antonyms
Analyze characters and responses to events
Analyze the feelings of a character and how they change in a story
Analyze then infer feelings with synonyms and antonyms
Expand a story with dialogue based on feelings you infer characters have
Infer traits and feelings
Relate character's choices to theme.
How do the choices and changes of a character help you understand the theme?
Actions represent traits.
I can infer character traits in history and current events
Analyze character traits--nonfiction reading with questions
I can infer character traits in history or news reports
Identify and Illustrate our Classroom Traits