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Not all heroes wear capes

A printable prompt to get students writing, conversation, or drawing, this beautifully illustrated worksheet has students thinking about what makes a hero a hero. What qualities do they share with their heroes? And maybe what qualities would they like to develop to even more amazing!

As students take time to reflect on who their hero is, what makes that person heroic, and how they are heroic themselves, and they’re also learning and practicing vocabulary of describing people’s character. This could turn into an an opinion essay or a compare-and-contrast essay. This flexible and adaptable resource allows for a range of language and writing practice in the English classroom.

Description

Each of these original worksheets from the 60 Positive Activities for Kids activities are extremely flexible and adaptable to fit your classroom! Students can respond in writing, in discussion, or by drawing. Younger learners (or lower-level ESL/EFL students) might start with a drawing, then label it. After that, they can tell their partner about their answer, before doing a short writing of a sentence or two. Older or more advanced students might start with drawings and notes, and move straight to a paragraph, which they can then read or present to the class!

They’re easy to fit into a writing class, English class, creative play time, or even an after-school program, preschool, nursery school, kindergarten, or homeschooling situation.


Also available as a set of PowerPoints, easy to add to classroom or distance learning slide shows or as a paperback book, great for regular journaling!

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14 Aug 2020

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