Use this graphic organizer to analyze characters based on what they say, look like, think, do and what other say about them.
Students create a facebook style profile with this worksheet. It is in Word format so it can be edited to fit different topics. Everwhere it says “Heading” can be edited. Some suggested uses include: author, novel character, historical figure or artist profiles. Even math concepts can be explained with their own profile. I’d love to hear how this page is being used.
Making inferences means to draw conclusions or to make judgments based on facts. Write the important details and facts in the boxes on the left. Then write inferences about those important details in the boxes on the right. This chart could be used to infer about story characters or plot. It could also be used to infer from observations in nature or historical events.
This organizer helps students analyze a character by what other characters say.
Chart five different ways in which we learn about the main character.
Analyze the who, what, when, where, why and how of an event or story.
As students read a story they look at how they learn about the characters. What clues are given that help them get to know the characters? This form helps students focus on and analyze the four ways in which an author develops characters.