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Character Traits, Feelings, & Motives RL3.3
Character Traits, Feelings & Motives RL 3.3:
Traits and feelings vocabulary is essential to understanding characters in stories. This common core toolkit contains all the essential resources for introducing and reviewing character traits, feelings, motives, and actions, with vocabulary as an emphasis. All the tools in this resource are specifically designed for teaching RL 3.3 and can be used with any story/passage or reading activity, whether it be with read alouds, guided reading, independent reading, partner reading, during listening centers, or they can even be used as formative assessments.
The activities build students’ understanding of trait words such as determined, prideful, or cooperative. Students also learn shades of meaning with character feelings such as upset, angry and furious, which assist students’ understanding of how these feelings influence a character’s actions. Also included are graphic organizers that are designed specifically for determining how a character’s motives or actions influence the events in the story.
The anchor posters in this toolkit will become students’ go-to resource for identifying and using specific language to describe characters’ traits and feelings when explaining their actions or how they contribute to the sequence of events. This kit also includes 4 task card center activities to give students additional practice with this standard.