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Character Emotions

Writing about character emotions is the subject of this reader response.
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Standard: ELA 4
Grades: 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Character Interview

Another chance to play reporter, but this time students create an interview for a character.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Characterization

Students have to characterize one of the characters from the reading in this essay.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Character Impact

Students need to write about the impact a character had on the literature for this reader response.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Character Letter

Letters may not be used as often today, but students can write a letter to a character in the novel with this response..
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Character Relation

Which character do you best relate to? That is the question of this reader response.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Pretend Dialogue

Imagine talking to one of the characters in a book. That is what students will do when they create a dialogue between themselves and one of the characters for this response.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Direct Characterization

In this reader response, students have to describe a character using direct characterization.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Eulogy

Use this reader response for a story where one of the characters dies. The students write a eulogy for that characters.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Favorite Character

Students have to state and describe who their your favorite character is for this response.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Indirect Characterizations

In this reader response, students have to describe a character using indirect characterization (describe events, character traits, interests)
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Three Main Characters

Describe the three main characters and how they relate to each other for this reader response.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Real Characters

Do the characters seem real to you? Students have to answer this question and explain it for this assignment.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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Real Characters Real People

For this assignment, student connect the characters from the reading to individuals they already know.
Standard: ELA 4
Grade(s): 4-8
Page(s): 2
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