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An explanation of what characterisation consists of. This will help with both analytical work and creative writing.

Mr Gibb

on 14 March 2013

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Transcript of Characterisation

Characterisation Characterisation is the way that a writer creates a character in a story, play, film or poem.

For a story to be believable, it is essential that the writer has created a believable character What a character is wearing How a character speaks
- their accent and use of language can tell us a lot about them Their body movements, language and facial expressions. They way they act towards other characters in your story and their environment The ways other characters and the environment act towards them What a character looks like Use the FIVE SENSES

- Explain what your characters SEE, FEEL, SMELL, HEAR and TASTE (yes, you can even taste air!) Michael Gerard Bauer talks about how he creates realistic, well-rounded characters in his writing.
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