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UNWIND: Character Study

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Mr. Stewart

on 7 November 2014

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Transcript of UNWIND: Character Study

Learning Objectives:
1. To analyse the main characters in Unwind

2. To find proof from the text that develops each character.
Starter: Spelling Test
Write the numbers 1-20 in your book.
Brainstorm: Characters
Connor

Risa

Lev
Wanted Posters
Imagine that Connor, Risa and Lev were fugitives and that everyone WAS looking for them.
Characteristics
How do we know?
UNWIND: Character Study
performance
permanent
persuade/persuasion
physical
possession
potential
preparation
prioritise
process
proportion

proposition
questionnaire
queue
reaction
receive
reference
relief
remember
research
resources

BONUS 2:
Write an interesting paragraph
with as many spelling words
in it as possible. (prizes will be
given!)
BONUS 1:
Write noun, adjective, verb, or
adverb beside each of your spelling
words
prizes available!
Physical Appearance
Facts/Background
Characteristics
(Vocab)
Inference: Reading between the lines or getting a better idea through the hidden meaning of words or actions!
Connor: What words describe his personality?
determined
empathetic
moral
Why?
Give examples from the text
Using our brainstormed ideas, pick one character to make a WANTED poster for.
Using the template explain the physical description of this character as well as their background and characteristics (3 points with EVIDENCE).

THEN: Apply your knowledge- knowing what we do about these characters...
How should we approach them? How dangerous are they? Who should we contact
if we find them?

Finally: use your artistic abilities to draw a mug shot of
your chosen character.
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