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Statement of Inquiry
Statement of Inquiry:
Students will understand that a character can be shaped by internal and external events through an inquiry into identity and relationships.
What strategies do authors use to communicate character traits?
How is the character's identity shaped by the events and themes?
How are we positioned to view characters and their situations?
Why do we have different emotional responses to characters?
What forms of characterization are effective?
Can insignificant events have a changing impact on the character's identity?
Approaches to Learning:
Create original works and ideas; use existing works and ideas in new ways
Thinking - Creative thinking
Collect, record and verify data
Research - Information literacy