Add some text-based fun to ANY novel, play, or short story with this easy-to-use worksheet where students choose a character and focus on evidence from the text as they examine the technique of direct and indirect characterization.
#FreebiesLoveFeedback Students are hot on the trail for examples of direct and indirect characterization with these worksheets. This is a sample from my Characterization Detective Worksheets and Booklet Packet. (4-7)
Identifying and Applying Direct and Indirect Characterization in Reading from Innovative Connections on TeachersNotebook.com (7 pages) - Use in Small Groups (Literature Circles) or for an Independent Activity for Novels or Short Stories. This can be done as whole group too!
This is a reference sheet for middle school students on direct and indirect characterization. It can be used alone or can be glued/taped into interactive notebooks!Visit my store for lots of other helpful ELA references for middle grades!Mood Versus TonePoint of ViewCommonly Confused HomophonesStory ElementsParts of SpeechGrammar ReferenceLanguage Arts Reference Text Structure Writing a Summary When to Use Commas Short Story Plot DiagramClip art courtesy…