Types of Character Conflict in Literature | Mini Lesson & Task Card Activity
If your students are ready to dive into the various types of character conflict in literature, do yourself a favor and check out this done-for-you lesson! You’ll receive an editable presentation for teaching, a student notetaker, and a kinesthetic task card activity. This all-in-one instructional resource will save you VALUABLE planning time when teaching about the types of conflict!
What character conflict types are taught in this lesson?
- Internal vs. External Conflict
- Character vs. Self
- Character vs. Character
- Character vs. Nature
- Character vs. Society
- Character vs. Technology
- Character vs. Supernatural
👉 However, only the first four types are reviewed in the task cards.
How can I use task cards?
- You can use these task cards the traditional way by hanging them up around your room and having students travel around, reading and recording their answers.
- You can use them for a conflict sort as a station or group activity. Students read and sort the cards into conflict categories.
- You can use them Quiz-Quiz Trade style.
- You can use them as an exit ticket where each student gets one card and has to identify the conflict and explain their answer.
The possibilities are endless!
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Supports Common Core Standards (CCSS):
RL.7.3, RL.7.6, RL.7.10
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