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Teach and learn conflict, character, and the creative writing process.
 

CREATIVE WRITING LESSON PLAN

LESSON 4: CONFLICT AND CHARACTERS TOGETHER

 

Goal: To familiarize students with the ways in which conflict and characters fit together.

Objective: Students will be able to identify the ways in which a particular character's experience with the conflict in a story is unique to that character.

Grade Level: 3rd through 6th

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

CREATIVE WRITING: CONFLICT AND CHARACTER

 

Procedure:

  1. Read and discuss the lesson with students. See below for printable student lesson.
  2. Provide copies of the activity page for students to complete.
  3. Have students share their responses to the items on the activity page.
  4. Provide feedback for student responses.

Assessment : Completion of activity page with description of conflicts.

 

 

LESSON PRINTABLES

 

 

Lesson 4: Conflict and Character Print this lesson to discuss with students. This lesson is brief, but important. As we have said, a story needs a main character and at least one conflict.

 

 

Assignment #4

Print the assignment #3 assignment activity page.

Think of a problem (conflict) for each of the following characters. Notice how small changes in the descriptions of the characters might change the type of conflict you would write about.

 

 

 

 

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