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Character:

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Kathleen Haan

on 23 September 2015

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Transcript of Character:

definition of story characters
Protagonists
The heroes of the story
The character central to the story
Antagonists
anti- against
The character or situation that is opposed/ in conflict with the main character
4 Types of Characterization
What are the 4 techniques a writer uses to develop characters?

Characters:
The people, animals and creatures that make your story come to life

WHO ARE THE CHARACTERS
IN YOUR STORY?


1.
Physical description-
what they look like
2.
Speech and action of the character-
what the character says about themselves and what they do
3.
Direct comment from the narrator-
what the narrator says directly about the character
4.
Speech and action of other characters
- what other characters say about them or acts around them
Physical Description
How they look or dress and how that shapes their character
Speech and Actions of the Character
Direct Comment From the Narrator
Speech and Action of Other Characters
Direct versus indirect characterization

Pro- in favor of
Direct
Indirect
What the character says and does to help the reader understand them better
Comments that the author or narrator says that give us direct insight into a character
What other characters say or do that reveal another character's personality, behavior or actions
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