Thinking about Characters Worksheet

Thinking about Characters Worksheet

How to teach Compare and Contrast

Using Thinking about Characters Worksheet, students compare two characters from a story to determine how they are alike and different.

Making connections as they read will help your students understand what they are reading better. This worksheet guides your students through making connections as they read independently.

Students read a text of their choosing. Then, students compare two characters to explain how they are alike and different.


Other resources to use with this Thinking about Characters Worksheet

If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about compare and contrast.

Use this Compare and Contrast Graphic Organizer as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this worksheet by writing a showing a picture of two kids. Next, students share ideas how the kids are the same and different. Then, students read independently or with a partner using the graphic organizer. Finally, students share what they have read about. Once finished, students write more in order to compare and contrast the two books.

Be sure to check out more Compare and Contrast Activities.


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