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Character Study and Thinking Questions

  1. Make a prediction before or during your reading. Why do you think this will happen?

  2. If the story were to keep going, what do you think would happen next? Why?

  3. Describe the main character’s external (outside) and internal (inside) traits.

External: Outside looks. What we see with our eyes. (Ex: brown hair, blue eyes, blue shorts)

Internal: Personality traits. Look at what the character says, does, and feels. (Ex: brave, worried, creative)

  1. Identify the story elements in your book: (Characters, setting, problem, solution)

  2. Make a connection to the text. (text to text, text to self, or text to world)

  3. Compare and contrast two characters in the story. How are they the same/different?

  4. Compare yourself to a character in your book. You may use a Venn Diagram.

  5. How does the character feel in a part of your book and why? Give evidence/ examples from the text.

9. What is your opinion about what a character did or how they behaved? Do you agree/disagree with them?

Should the character have done something differently? What? Why?

10. What were you wondering as you read? What questions do you have before, during, or after you read?

11. How did you change your voice while reading dialogue? Why did you change your voice this way?

12. What do you think the author is trying to teach us? Is there a lesson to learn in this story?

13. Is your book realistic fiction? How do you know?

14. How did the character change from the beginning to the end of the story?

15. Who is the main character? Describe him/her using three words.

16. How do the character’s actions affect others in the story?

17. What is the story mostly about?

18. Would you like to live where the story takes place? Why or why not?

19. What do you notice is the same or different about the books you have read in this series?

20. Find a new or interesting word from tonight’s book. Use the word in a sentence.

21. Find a word in your book that fits a Fundation rule we have learned. Explain why it fits the rule.

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