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doc ico   Great Character Traits

Character’s Name: Select at least four of the character trait words below that best describe the character you’ve named by changing the font of that trait to italics. Define each word. Then write sentences that use the word in a way that explains why it describes the character and what is happening in the story. (Example: People could see ...
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doc ico   Characterization Adjectives Word Bank

Aggressive Enthusiastic Picky Ambitious Excitable Playful Anxious Extroverted Pleasant Artistic Faithful Polite Argumentative Fickle Pragmatic Arrogant Fussy Quick-tempered Assertive Good …
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doc ico   Character Description: -

Then, find 3 details of events from the book that show Lyddie has this character trait. Example: courageous - Lyddie stares down a bear while she guides her family to safety. 1. 2. 3. Using your examples from above, write a paragraph describing Lyddie. Use transitions words such as first, second and third to set up your examples.
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doc ico   Citizenship -- November Character Trait

Citizenship -- November Character Trait. Citizenship. Demonstrating good citizenship is being a person who is involved in trying to make the community, nation, or world a better place. Good citizens are people who are engaged, in big or small ways, in considering the needs of others in their community. Citizenship means more than knowing how ...
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Nov 22, 2005 · The student will create a Great Character Description by selecting the character trait words that best describe the character and writing a sentence that includes information from the text that supports the selection of the specific word. Assessment & Product: A Great Character Description will contain six complete sentences.
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doc ico   TEKS Lesson Plan/Unit Plan

1. Character change – how the character changes (2 questions) 2. Character traits – why a character feels a certain way (2 questions - anxious, 3. Character attitude – (2 questions – one question was the cross-over question between two selections) 4. Character actions – why a character does something (2 questions - cause and effect) 5.
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