Characters PowerPoint Presentations - PPT
characters characters Protagonist - presentation
Usually hero. Outer and inner problems. Antagonist. Sidekick. Servant. Pet. NPCs. Merchant. Trainer. Quest giver. Higher self. Threshold . guardian. Progress delayer. Trickster. Mischief maker. Herald.
Agenda - Honors - 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?.
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 - presentation
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!
Types of Characters These are the common types of characters we see in literature. - presentation
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. ..
Types of Characters Goal: to - presentation
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.
Developing Characters Characterization - presentation
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. .
Memorable characters - presentation
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. .
Connecting with Characters - presentation
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?.
Types of Characters in Fiction - presentation
Round. A round character has a complex personality.. He or she will show a range of emotion throughout a story.. Hermione – a bit of a snooty know-it-all, develops into a good and loyal friend.. FLAT.
Identifying Characters - presentation
in Literature. . Objectives. Learn . to recognize types of characters and the role they play while reading a given text – . character types exist besides the protagonist and antagonist. Apply this knowledge to enhance the effectiveness of your writing.
Characters and characterization - presentation
All stories have characters. Characters are fictive or real persons that think, act or are acted upon in a narrative. The term . plot-driven. is sometimes used to describe fiction in which a preconceived storyline is the main thrust, with the characters' behavior being molded by this inevitable sequence of events. Plot-driven is regarded as being the opposite of .
Characters Lesson - presentation
CS1313 Spring 2017. 1. Characters Lesson . Outline. Characters Lesson . Outline. Numeric Encoding of Non-numeric Data #1. Numeric Encoding of Non-numeric Data #2. Representing Characters. How Characters Are Represented #1.
Systematics Lecture 3 – Characters: Homology, Morphology - presentation
Character by Taxon Matrix. Definition . – A character is a trait, feature, or attribute of an organism. . Character states are the various manifestations of a character in a taxon. .. Some use the term “Transformation Series” as equivalent to the .
Characters - presentation
Characters. All . actions, interactions, speeches, and observations are . deliberate. Character trait. : quality of mind or behavior that is present in active and passive ways. Consider circumstances.
An Allegory is a story in which characters, settings and ac - presentation
.. In some types of Allegories, the characters and setting represent . abstract. ideas of moral qualities. .. In other types, characters and situations stand for historical figures and events.. Allegory.
Classifying Characters Round vs. Flat - presentation
Dynamic vs. Static. Round vs. Flat Characters . This scale measures how much we (the reader) knows about a character’s background information. Round Characters. Well-developed characters. Demonstrate varied traits.
Characters Character - presentation
Characters Character -An imaginary person that inhabits a literary work. Literary characters may be major or minor, static (unchanging) or dynamic (capable of change). Characterization -The means by which writers present and reveal character. Although techniques of characterization are complex, writers typically reveal characters through their speech, dress, manner, and actions.
What Characters Tell Us - presentation
Direct Characterization. Indirect Characterization. Dramatic Monologue and Soliloquy. Flat, Round, and Stock Characters. Practice. Characters. Feature Menu. What can we learn from fictional characters? .
Minimum Substring for Given Characters - presentation
Yang Liu. Problem. Input: a string S and a set T of characters. Output: a minimum substring which contains all characters in T.. Example:. S=“. abcccdbba. ” and T=“bad”. Output: “. dbba. ”.
Characters in Fiction Character Traits - presentation
Trait: a quality of mind or habit of behavior. Ex: self centered; sloppy; needy. Character traits help us to define and understand a character. Internal quality (ex. Selfishness) determines external behavior.
Disney Characters - presentation
Disney . Movies. Disney Princesses . Disney . Shows. Disney . Singers. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. End.
narrative and characters - presentation
COMP 585/185: Serious . Games. Narrative . Game relationships. Triggers. Narrative Events. In-Game Events. Player Events. Story Models. Linear. Branching. Foldback. Emergent. Linear stories. Aesthetically.
Bare Bones Story Map Solution Ending Events - pdf
2 3 Supporting Characters Main Characters Names Character Traits
An Introduction to Computer-assisted Text Analysis: Comparing Characters’ Language Styles - presentation
[Presenter]. [Date]. Computer-assisted Text Analysis. Computer-assisted text analysis supports a different kind of reading than we usually do in a literature course. Whereas in the latter we usually engage in “close reading,” when we do computer-assisted text analysis we are doing what some practitioners have come to call “distant reading” or “.