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Transcript of Tintin description
TINTIN... What does Tintin look like? Why is Tintin an excellent journalist? What can be your options for your future "working life"? To summarise... All his characteristics make Tintin to be suitable for his job...now it's your turn to set what are your characteristics and...the most important question for you... What is Tintin like? He's a curious and brave young man who really likes finding answers to any question. He makes crooks pay for their crimes and always gets away with his fair intentions. Tintin is an intelligent and imaginative reporter with good powers of deduction. Who is Tintin? Tintin is a 18 years boy, who works as an independent journalist. He has a pet, a dog called snowy and in his stories they fight against injustice.
Tintin is a young Belgian reporter who becomes involved in dangerous cases in which he takes heroic action to save the day. Almost every adventure features Tintin hard at work in his investigative journalism, but seldom is he seen actually turning in a story. He is a young man of neutral attitudes with whom the audience can identify; in this respect, he represents the everyman. He is a short young man, he's got blond hair and he's got fair skin.
He looks slim, fit and athletic. He's always dressing brown pants, white socks and a blue shirt, sometimes he wears a beige raincoat.
He's got always a quiff on his hairstyle. He is not only curious, he is also very clever to find answers. If Tintin finds something interesting, he will investigate until discover all secrets, treasures or all kind of plans bad guys have.
He will continue finding himself in dangerous and exciting situations unless his curiosity finishes, and that is unlikely to happen. Answer these questions to figure out about it... 1). Have you thought in an option for a professional career? Which one?
2). What life experiences make you to think that you could be good for it?
3). What are your most important skills, and what are you good at?
4). Is there any professional career in which you could take
advantage of your skills?