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Cpas lesson 0.5 static and dynamic characters

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  • 1. Intro Activity : Copy the daily objective onto page ____ of your notebook. Don’t forget to copy the homework. On the top of the page (in the big white space) write “QUARTER 2 UNIT 3 ” Since there were NO notes on Thursday on page ____ write NO MINI-LESSON NO REFLECTION Copy the word of the work, definition and example sentence below your daily objective on page ­­­____ Evaluate Definition : to judge or determine the significance, worth, or quality of or to assess Ex : Ms. M evaluates my work constantly, and I know this because she gives me progress reports very often. Homework Read for 45 Minutes with Post-its and Reading Log tonight! You WILL be writing about this book. You might want your post it notes to be ABOUT your main character for this book, so read lots so you can figure out if they are static or dynamic your third book (WITH ALL PAPERWORK) IS DUE Monday NOV 21 at the end of class) Daily Objective : Good readers can identify static and dynamic characters by knowing what they are and their characteristics
  • 2. Homework Read for 45 Minutes with Post-its and Reading Log tonight! You WILL be writing about this book. You might want your post it notes to be ABOUT your main character for this book, so read lots so you can figure out if they are static or dynamic your third book (WITH ALL PAPERWORK) IS DUE Monday NOV 21 at the end of class) Daily Objective : Good readers can identify static and dynamic characters by knowing what they are and their characteristics Agenda Mini-Lesson: Static and Dynamic Character Independent Reading Period Exit Activity
  • 3. Homework Read for 45 Minutes with Post-its and Reading Log tonight! You WILL be writing about this book. You might want your post it notes to be ABOUT your main character for this book, so read lots so you can figure out if they are static or dynamic your third book (WITH ALL PAPERWORK) IS DUE Monday NOV 21 at the end of class) Daily Objective : Good readers can identify static and dynamic characters by knowing what they are and their characteristics One way to characterize characters is by looking at the ways they change and how that change affects them. Static Characters A static character does not undergo important change in the course of the story, remaining essentially the same at the end as he or she was at the beginning. Ex: Carl in "Black Holes and Basketball Sneakers" is a static character, he starts off trying to recruit Malik for the Bullets and continues to want that throughout the entire story Ex: The Joker in Batman is a static character, he is a homicidal maniac throughout the entire story Mini-Lesson: Static and Dynamic Characters (Notes in Red )
  • 4. Homework Read for 45 Minutes with Post-its and Reading Log tonight! You WILL be writing about this book. You might want your post it notes to be ABOUT your main character for this book, so read lots so you can figure out if they are static or dynamic your third book (WITH ALL PAPERWORK) IS DUE Monday NOV 21 at the end of class) Daily Objective : Good readers can identify static and dynamic characters by knowing what they are and their characteristics Mini-Lesson: Static and Dynamic Characters (Notes in Red ) Dynamic Characters A dynamic character does undergo an important change in the course of the story. The changes they go through are not changes in circumstances (like getting older moving somewhere new) INSTEAD they are changes within  the character in question: such as changes in understanding of circumstances, or changes in commitment or value values. Ex: Malik is a dynamic character because he changes from being selfish to worrying about someone else. Ex: A thug who finds Jesus and becomes super religious and gives up a violent life to become a preacher
  • 5. Homework Read for 45 Minutes with Post-its and Reading Log tonight! You WILL be writing about this book. You might want your post it notes to be ABOUT your main character for this book, so read lots so you can figure out if they are static or dynamic your third book (WITH ALL PAPERWORK) IS DUE Monday NOV 21 at the end of class) Daily Objective : Good readers can identify static and dynamic characters by knowing what they are and their characteristics Agenda Mini-Lesson: Static and Dynamic Character Independent Reading Period Exit Activity
  • 6. Homework Read for 45 Minutes with Post-its and Reading Log tonight! You WILL be writing about this book. You might want your post it notes to be ABOUT your main character for this book, so read lots so you can figure out if they are static or dynamic your third book (WITH ALL PAPERWORK) IS DUE Monday NOV 21 at the end of class) Daily Objective : Good readers can identify static and dynamic characters by knowing what they are and their characteristics Independent Work Period Read your Independent Reading Book for the rest of the period I will be coming around to conference Think about static and dynamic characters in your book, I WILL be asking at the end of the period 5 Point Rule is in Effect.
  • 7. Homework Read for 45 Minutes with Post-its and Reading Log tonight! You WILL be writing about this book. You might want your post it notes to be ABOUT your main character for this book, so read lots so you can figure out if they are static or dynamic your third book (WITH ALL PAPERWORK) IS DUE Monday NOV 21 at the end of class) Daily Objective : Good readers can identify static and dynamic characters by knowing what they are and their characteristics Agenda Mini-Lesson: Static and Dynamic Character Independent Reading Period Exit Activity
  • 8. Homework Read for 45 Minutes with Post-its and Reading Log tonight! You WILL be writing about this book. You might want your post it notes to be ABOUT your main character for this book, so read lots so you can figure out if they are static or dynamic your third book (WITH ALL PAPERWORK) IS DUE Monday NOV 21 at the end of class) Daily Objective : Good readers can identify static and dynamic characters by knowing what they are and their characteristics Exit Slip: Is the protagonist of your book static or dynamic? Why? How do you know?