“Eleven”
• Objectives: SWBAT
continue to develop Big
6 strategy use
• SWBAT evaluate a
character and his or her
traits
• K...
Use your Reader’s Notebook
victorwshen.blogspot.com
• Take a look at
the picture.
• Who is the
leader in the
picture?
• Su...
New Terms to Define
• Character
• Traits
• Protagonist
• Antagonist
http://www.laprensatoledo.com/
Stories/2007/121207/Gri...
Character
• The people or
animals in a story.
http://206.130.110.244/wordpress/wp-
content/uploads/2009/05/cindy-lou-who1....
Traits
• The words used to
describe a
character.
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Protagonist
• Protagonist (pro-TAG-eh-nist)
• A protagonist is considered to be
the main character or lead figure
in a nov...
Antagonist
• A character in a story or poem who
deceives, frustrates, or works against the
main character, or protagonist ...
Let’s Read
Guiding Questions:
Who is the protagonist?
Who or what is the
antagonist?
Objectives: to continue to develop Big 6 strategy use and
evaluate a character and his or her traits
Key Term: character t...
Objectives: to continue to develop Big 6 strategy use and
evaluate a character and his or her traits
Key Term: character t...
Objectives: to continue to develop Big 6 strategy use and
evaluate a character and his or her traits
Key Term: character t...
Objectives: to continue to develop Big 6 strategy use and
evaluate a character and his or her traits
Key Term: character t...
Objectives: to continue to develop Big 6 strategy use and
evaluate a character and his or her traits
Key Term: character t...
Objective: SWBAT identify key events within the plot through
visualization
Key Term: character traits
Comic Strip
• Draw a...
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  1. 1. “Eleven” • Objectives: SWBAT continue to develop Big 6 strategy use • SWBAT evaluate a character and his or her traits • Key Term: character traits What do you learn about these two people from the picture?
  2. 2. Use your Reader’s Notebook victorwshen.blogspot.com • Take a look at the picture. • Who is the leader in the picture? • Support your response with evidence.
  3. 3. New Terms to Define • Character • Traits • Protagonist • Antagonist http://www.laprensatoledo.com/ Stories/2007/121207/Grinch.jpg
  4. 4. Character • The people or animals in a story. http://206.130.110.244/wordpress/wp- content/uploads/2009/05/cindy-lou-who1.bmp
  5. 5. Traits • The words used to describe a character. http://loriclark.net/WelcomeToSuccess/Learni8.gif
  6. 6. Protagonist • Protagonist (pro-TAG-eh-nist) • A protagonist is considered to be the main character or lead figure in a novel, play, story, or poem. • It may also be referred to as the "hero" of a work. Over a period of time the meaning of the term protagonist has changed. • The word protagonist originated in ancient Greek drama and referred to the leader of a chorus. Soon the definition was changed to represent the first actor onstage. In some literature today it may be difficult to decide who is playing the role of the protagonist. http://www.thecimmerian.com/wp- content/uploads//2008/12/grinch.jpg
  7. 7. Antagonist • A character in a story or poem who deceives, frustrates, or works against the main character, or protagonist in some way. • The antagonist doesn't necessarily have to be a person. It could be death, the devil, an illness, or any challenge that prevents the main character from living "happily ever after." In fact, the antagonist could be a character of virtue in a literary work where the protagonist represents evil. http://www.misfittoys.net/tvtime/grinch/town1.jpg http://scienceblogs.com/neurotopia/grinch-stole- christmas2.jpg
  8. 8. Let’s Read Guiding Questions: Who is the protagonist? Who or what is the antagonist?
  9. 9. Objectives: to continue to develop Big 6 strategy use and evaluate a character and his or her traits Key Term: character traits Look over the list that has been given to you. Pick ONE trait that best describes you. Be ready to explain why you picked that trait.
  10. 10. Objectives: to continue to develop Big 6 strategy use and evaluate a character and his or her traits Key Term: character traits How do we ID character traits? Look at: • Character’s actions • Character’s thoughts and feelings • Character’s appearance • What other characters think and say about that character
  11. 11. Objectives: to continue to develop Big 6 strategy use and evaluate a character and his or her traits Key Term: character traits You will use each of these terms we have discussed as we read the short story “Eleven”
  12. 12. Objectives: to continue to develop Big 6 strategy use and evaluate a character and his or her traits Key Term: character traits – As you read the story “Eleven”, complete the character charts for: • Mrs. Price • Rachel – Be sure to support your response with examples from the text. Rachel Mrs. Price Trait Evidence Trait Evidence Trait Evidence
  13. 13. Objectives: to continue to develop Big 6 strategy use and evaluate a character and his or her traits Key Term: character traits Rachel Mrs. Price Trait Evidence Trait Evidence Trait Evidence
  14. 14. Objective: SWBAT identify key events within the plot through visualization Key Term: character traits Comic Strip • Draw a comic strip on the paper provided that shows the events of Rachel’s birthday. – Pay attention to visual details, such as the appearance of the sweater, as well as to the interactions between characters. – Include conversations “bubbles” so that the reader knows what each character is thinking or communicating. • (Activities and Exploration - question 1, pg32)

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