is an integral part of teaching literature and how an author creates character traits to drive a character’s actions and decisions. This will have your students comprehending, practicing, identifying and mastering characterization (direct and indirect) in a text in a short amount of time. In addition, your students will also be able to identify how characterization can impact a character’s actions and decisions, as well as how a character’s actions can affect a plot.
Teaching a mini-lesson is an integral part of a classroom. It gives the students an opportunity to see the teacher model a skill or term, and then the students practice this on their own.
1. the components of a MiniMastery
2. Characterization Mini-Lesson-Standard/s, Implementation
3. Characterization PowerPoint Presentation-Animated
4. Characterization (Direct & Indirect) Worksheet-I Do, You Do