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Flat vs. Round Characters

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Kelsey Emerson

on 31 October 2013

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Transcript of Flat vs. Round Characters

Flat vs. Round Characters
A flat character is a character who does not undergo change or growth in the story. Also referred to as "two-dimensional characters" or "static characters".
Flat Character
Amy & Sheldon
A round character encounters conflict and is changed by it. These characters are fully developed.
Round Character

Have your character experience conflict.
Have your character go through change.
Show the reader-don't just tell them.
How do we develop Round Characters?
Katniss & Peeta
Now it's your turn!
With a partner, pick an adjective from the worksheet.
In a few sentences or a paragraph, show us what characteristic your character has.
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