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Similarities With a Character

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maddy dillingham

on 6 March 2014

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Transcript of Similarities With a Character

Sometimes people recognize similarities between themselves and a character from a book or a movie.
Write about a character from a book or a movie who you think is similar to you.
What do you have in common with this character?

Similarities With a Character

Type of Essay:

Topic Sentence: One of the first things you may notice about a character is the similar ways they speak or act.
Body Paragraph One
Topic Sentence: Throughout the story you will realize similarities in how you and the character look.
Body Paragraph Two
Topic Sentence: Finally, you will see similarities in how you and the character handle different situations.
Body Paragraph Three
Asking Questions
Introduction Strategy:
Kind towards others
Self conscious
Brown hair
Green eyes
Wears similar clothing
Handles situations calmly
Never assumes the worst of the situation
Stays positive
Asks parents and friends of help and advice.
Have you ever read about a character that you can really relate too? Have you ever had the same style, way of speaking and interacting with others or the same way of dealing with issues as a character in a story? Most people can. In the story
I an really relate to the main character, Tessa. Not only are we both female but we have the same interests and we both have similar personalities. Having a character that is similar to you makes the story even more enjoyable to read.
Maddy Dillingham
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