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Copy of Copy of Body Biography Instructions and Template

Use this Prezi to create your own body biography!
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Janet Stephens

on 20 March 2015

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Transcript of Copy of Copy of Body Biography Instructions and Template

Insert the character's name here.
Choose any character from any of the plays/musicals that we have studied. Think about who that character really is as well as what we learn about characters because of what they say/do.
Brain/Head: quotes that show the character's traits/beliefs/dreams that give an understanding of the character. What do these quotes tell us about the character?


Mouth: Pick a quote from that character that best exemplifies who that character really is.

What does the character build/make/create? Use a quote from the character, and explain what that shows about the character.
Spine: the character's backbone, what the character says, and what motivates the character during the play.
Heart: what does the character loves most.
Hand: items/images/symbols that indicate the important things that the character would want to hold onto.
Quotes about what the character builds/creates/makes. What do these quotes tell us about the character?
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