Fahrenheit 451 Character Analysis Graphic Organizers


Engage your students with these standards-aligned character analysis Fahrenheit 451 graphic organizers! There are two character analysis graphic organizers for almost every character in this Fahrenheit 451 resource.

The first Fahrenheit 451 character analysis graphic organizer asks students to identify if the character in Ray Bradbury’s novel is round or flat, static or dynamic, an antagonist or a protagonist, and the character’s central conflict. After identifying these qualities, students must provide textual evidence and an explanation. This organizer also asks students to illustrate the character using details from the text.

The second Fahrenheit 451 character analysis graphic organizer asks students to trace a character’s emotions and motivation from the beginning to the end of the novel. A small space is designated for students to illustrate the character’s emotions, wants, needs, or motivation.

Prep is easy. Just print and go! To add in collaboration, assign different students different characters and have your students work together to see how Bradbury develops these characters!

Save money and purchase the entire bundle:
Ultimate Fahrenheit 451 Unit

You may also like…
Punctuation Teaching Unit
Academic Vocabulary Program
Essay Writing Unit

Helpful Advice:
* Follow my store by clicking HERE so you don’t miss out on sales and new resources
* Please provide feedback on this resource. Doing so will help you earn TPT credits that you can apply toward future purchases! It’s like FREE TPT cash!
© The Daring English Teacher, Inc.
All rights reserved. License good for single-classroom use only. 

The PDF is sold as a secured file.