Characters – Feelings

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This lesson plan engages reading comprehension and analytical skills as students identify the feelings of a character from a story or book and match feelings with actions. During this lesson, students are asked to identify the correct feeling word for given sentences. Students are also asked to write a sentence showing an action for each feeling.

 

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Do your students ever have trouble putting themselves in another person’s shoes? Or maybe they can identify with a character’s feelings, but they’re not quite sure how to express what they’re feeling themselves. If either of these sound familiar, then the Characters Feelings lesson plan is perfect for your class!

This lesson introduces students to feelings as related to the characters in the stories they will be reading. Most students understand feelings, but may not be able to identify the feeling related to the character’s actions or words. It is important for students to compare how they may feel at times to a character in the story they are reading. The lesson may help students to understand and practice empathy as well.

With the Characters Feelings lesson plan, your students will:

– Learn about different feelings and how to identify them

– Understand how characters in stories may be feeling based on their actions or words

– Practice empathy by putting themselves in another person’s shoes

This is a great lesson for helping your students connect with the characters in the stories you’re reading in class. By understanding how the characters are feeling, your students can better appreciate the actions and emotions in the story. Give your students a deeper understanding of characters and plot with this lesson plan.

 

Additional information

subject

Reading

grade-level

1st Grade

State Educational Standards

LB.ELA-Literacy.RL.1.3, CSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.1.4

Lessons are aligned to meet the education objectives and goals of
most states. For more information on your state objectives, contact
your local Board of Education or Department of Education in your state.

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