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The Outsiders Follow-up Character Activity: *Choose one of the following characters as the focus of your follow-up activity. *Identify your selelcted character as the focus of a bubble map. Provide text evidence (quotes from novel) to support descriptors. Include the page number.

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The outsiders follow up character activity

The Outsiders Follow-up

Character Activity:

*Choose one of the following characters as the focus of your follow-up activity.

*Identify your selelcted character as the focus of a bubble map. Provide text evidence (quotes from novel) to support descriptors. Include the page number.

Ponyboy Darry Sodapop Johnny Dally Two-Bit Cherry Bob

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The outsiders follow up character activity

Character Traits:

quietfirm carefree loyal wild

strong sassy heroic lazy strict

charming bitter humorous devoted

considerate skittish beautiful risky

intelligent hopeless cold dangerous

determined understanding serious golden

happy-go-lucky desperate muscular

empty confused accepting handsome


The outsiders follow up character activity

Text Evidence: directly quote the book using passages that support a specific trait; can be something the character said or was said to or about the character

ex:

character: Darry

trait: determined

text evidence: “He’s got eyes that are like two pieces

of pale blue-green ice. They’ve got a determined set to them, like the rest of him.” (6)

*the text evidence can be a direct characterization as in the example or an indirect characterization like below:

“Darry isn’t ever sorry for anything he does.” (6)


Text citation

Text Citation

Author’s Last Name, First Name. Title. City: Publisher, Year. Print.

Doe, John. Mrs. Winter’s Class Rules. Spring: Winter Publishing House, 2013. Print.

Now you make the citation for The Outsiders.


The outsiders follow up character activity

The Outsiders Follow-up

Draft:

*Choose three most effective adjectives/text evidence describing your chosen character

*Brainstorm symbols (concrete objects representing character traits) that effectively stand for your chosen character

*Write the citation for the novel in the following format:

Author’s Last, First. Title. City: Publisher, Year. Print.

Final:

*Open blank slide in Power Point

*Choose a solid color background (stick with light color)

*Choose Word Art design—type character’s first name in size 18

*Position name as focal point of slide

*Create 3text boxes and inside type descriptive adjective

*Create additional text boxes and inside each type text and page number that supports each trait

*Use clip art to find and insert appropriate and effective symbols for your character

*Create text box at bottom left and type citation in size 10

*Create final text box at bottom right and type your name in size 10


The outsiders follow up character activity

Darry

determined

“He’s got eyes that are like two pieces

of pale blue-green ice. They’ve got a

determined set to them, like the rest of

him.” (9)

Hinton, S.E. The Outsiders. new York: Penguin Group, 2008. Print.

J. Boyle-Spears


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