Making them real. Harry Potter- J K Rowling. Harry had always been small and skinny for his age… Harry had a thin face, knobbly knees, black hair and bright green eyes. He wore round glasses held together with a lot of cellotape because of all the times Dudley had punched him in the nose. The only thing Harry liked about his appearance was a very thin scar on his forehead which was shaped like a bolt of lightning..
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Making them real Harry Potter J K Rowling Harry had always been small and skinny for his age Harry had a thin face knobbly knees black hair and bright green eyes He wore round glasses held together with a lot of cellotape because of all the times Dudley had punched him in the nose The onl ID: 327121 Download Presentation
Monday, October 4. th. We will write the “missing journal #7” in class.. Journals collected. Notes and discussion: Characterization. Read Chapter 15. Characterization: . Direct and Indirect. How does a writer describe and develop a character?.
Cāng. . Jié. . 倉頡. The UN Chinese Language Day. April 20th. CANG JIE TODAY. IN THIS PRESENTATION. YOU WILL LEARN…. ABOUT CANG JIE. Learn about the father of written Chinese characters.. THE ORIGIN OF CHINESE CHARACTERS.
Bellwork How do Brutus and Cassius’s responses to the possibility of Caesar’s gaining the crown develop their characters? In simpler terms, what do we learn about each of these characters based on their reactions to Caesar’s growing power? Grab a book if you need one!
Round . characters. Flat . characters. Dynamic . characters. Static . characters. Round Characters. Round characters . seem like real people.. Have many sides to their personalities.. Detailed enough to seem real and tend to be more developed physically, mentally, and emotionally. ..
define and provide examples of types of characters an author can include in a story.. Different Types of Characters. Protagonist. Antagonist. Major Character. Minor Character. Dynamic Character. Static Character.
Freeze framing & . T. hought . Tracking. Conscience . Alley. Forum Theatre. Role . Play from characters. Hot Seating. Hot Seating. This activity provides the children with an opportunity . to explore the feelings and actions of different characters in a text. .
Characterization is the developing and portraying of a personality through thought, action, speech, costuming, and makeup.. It involves making others believe you are someone else. Your job as an actor is to make the character real for the audience. .
come alive for us while we. read. They live on the page. and in our hearts and. minds. We cannot forget. them. Yet they are fictional;. they don’t really exist.. Characters. . Be alert to characters in the same way you are when you meet someone. .
Main Characters. Subordinate Characters. Flat Characters versus Round Characters. Dynamic Characters versus Static Characters. Conflict. Motivation. Practice. Character Interactions. Feature Menu. What draws readers into a story?.