Try beginning your lesson with that phrase for your PRIMARY STUDENTS!
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HUH? WHAT’S A CHARACTER TRAIT?
DID YOU SAY CHARACTER TRAIN????
Character Trait. Adjective. Describing word.
OH! I GET IT!
How to help our youngest readers and writers to add more DEPTH to stories?
How to help them analyze a story and determine the details of a character?
I want my students to interact with story characters.
I want them to summarize, sequence, use inferences.
I want them to compare and contrast story elements.
I want them to draw conclusions, and problem-solve.
But most of all, I want them to LOVE reading and writing!
My little ones ( First Grade ) are just learning about print.
So, HOW do I help them discover the good/bad qualities of a story character?
And help them decipher the changes that can AND SHOULD, occur?
TALK. WHAT? TALK!
If you want your youngins’ to expand their knowledge base, YOU have to TALK!
My newest product Character Traits for Reading & Writing , gives the teacher resources for discussion , printables for student work, and visuals for language acquisition.
All of the first steps for expanding vocabulary.
Speaking, Reading, Writing,
What a WONDERFUL World!
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Try it with YOUR kiddos. Leave me some LOVE and let me know how it goes!
MY KIDDOS LOVE IT!
PS… I Left the word cards up at the writing center! They are adding new words to their writing, daily! WIN! WIN!
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I teach English in Japan. This activity could prove useful!