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Transcript of Characterization
Characterization is the way an
author reveals a character to
Types of characterization:
1. Direct Characterization
2. Indirect Characterization
* The author
the reader about
* Character traits are stated directly.
Sam was a
What is a
An adjective that describes a character.
* Instead of directly telling us about a character,
the author makes us
what kind of person he/she is based on
* The author
a character through the following:
What people LOOK like can give us information about them, such as their age, interests, or economic status.
We have to be cautious not to make too many assumptions based on appearance, however. As in "The Landlady", appearances can be deceiving!
* What a character says
* What characters say ABOUT
Thoughts and Feelings!
The author reveals a character's inner thoughts and emotions
This is called a character's internal monologue (when a character talks to herself in her mind)
* Motivation is WHY a character behaves a certain way.
* To determine motivation, it's important to consider a character's background (his or her past experiences).
THINK: What significant events happened in a character's past? How do these events shape the character's goals in the present?
Now watch a video clip and try to write down
character traits that are told to us
We can tell a lot about a character
based on what they DO.
How does the following video clip show internal monologue?