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You need a RED Reader’s Handbook. We will be reading about “Character” this morning please read pages 390, 392 and 393…. You have until 2:25 to have it read.  If you finish early, please read your own novel. . Please pick up….

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you need a red reader s handbook

You need a RED Reader’s Handbook

We will be reading about “Character” this morning please read pages 390, 392 and 393…. You have until 2:25 to have it read. 

If you finish early, please read your own novel.

please pick up
Please pick up….
  • A green piece of paper from the stool!! these are for our character notes!
character
Character
  • A character is a person, animal, or imaginary creature that takes part in the action of a story. An author can develop a character by showing you the character’s appearance and personality, speech and behavior, thoughts and feelings, and interactions with other characters.
main secondary
Main/Secondary
  • Main character (also known as the major character) is the most important character in the story. They are most often the protagonists.
  • Secondary character (also known as the minor character) is less important in the story. They interact with the main character and with each other but we don’t know much about them.
static dynamic
Static/Dynamic
  • Static characters are those that stay the same in the story, there is hardly any change at all.
  • Dynamic characters change from beginning to end.
protagonist antagonist
Protagonist/Antagonist
  • Protagonists are the “heros”, they are usually the main character in the story. The action of the plot revolves around the character.
  • Antagonists are the “bad guys”, they are the person or thing working against the protagonist.