A flat character is a minor character who barely goes through any significant changes and doesn't really affect the story too much. For example, a feeble servant who works for a powerful king and he doesn't undergo a certain change, stays the same throughout the story, his/her actions don't affect the plot, and is barely mentioned in the story.
As teachers, we have worked hard all year long, teaching content to students, now it's time to make sure they know how to accurately prove, that they know this content. I am hoping that this page will help students to focus on some of the valuable test taking strategies, necessary for success. Take a look and share your thoughts with me!
Jeopardy. This game can be used as a way to go over lesson materials. For instance if students were learning about literary elements for a certain week, at the end of the week a jeopardy game will be created going over what the students have learned. It can be a fun and creative way to place closure on a lesson plan.
Where the Wild Things Are ((Picture Story Book)) Winner of Caldecott Medal.Way to introduce elements of literature. The main character is sent to his room for bad behavior and so then drifts off into a magical world, where he meets the "Wild Things." It could be used to teach literary elements and to broaden their creative thinking.