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Indiana Jones. Think of a character trait of Indiana Jones. Tell your neighbor this trait, and give one piece of evidence to support your answer. That evidence can be Remember, a character trait is a word to describe his personality. Something he says. Something he does.

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indiana jones
Indiana Jones

Think of a character trait of Indiana Jones.

Tell your neighbor this trait, and give one piece of evidence to support your answer. That evidence can be

Remember, a character trait is a word to describe his personality.

  • Something he says.
  • Something he does.
  • Something he thinks
  • How he treats others
  • Physical description
  • Things others say about him
point of view
Point of View

Tell your neighbor whether the book you’re reading is 1st, 2nd, or 3rd person point of view.

Read a sentence or two from your book that demonstrates this point of view.

If you’re not sure, ask you’re neighbor what in the world point of view means.

first person point of view
First person point of view

Story is being told by one of the characters in the story.

Uses the word “I” to describe the protagonist.

In nonfiction, this is an autobiography

Example: “When I stepped out into the bright sunlight from the darkness of the movie house, I had only two things on my mind: Paul Newman and a ride home.”

second person
Second Person

Story is being told about you – the reader.

Uses the word “you” to describe the action of the protagonist.

Example: “You’ve been having a lot of fun being an exchange student in Australia for the past year. Now it’s almost time to go home, and you and some of the other kids from your school are on your last scuba diving trip to the Great Barrier Reef” – Dinosaur Island by Edward Packard.

second person1
Second Person

Reread the beginning of The Outsiders, but imagine that it were in second person point of view.

When___stepped out into the bright sunlight from the darkness of the movie house, ___had only two things on ___ mind: Paul Newman and a ride home.”

second person2
Second Person

Reread the beginning of The Outsiders, but imagine that it were in second person point of view.

Whenyoustepped out into the bright sunlight from the darkness of the movie house, you had only two things on your mind: Paul Newman and a ride home.”

third person limited
Third Person - Limited

Speaker is telling us about other people.

Uses words like “He” or “She”, or the character’s name to describe the protagonist.

The narrator only knows about the protagonist. We only see what the protagonist sees.

Example: “Tally wanted to, but she snorted and spat into the fire. Shay wasn’t going to make her feel weak this way.” Specials by Scott Westerfield.

third person
Third Person

Reread the beginning of The Outsiders, but imagine that it were in third person point of view.

When___stepped out into the bright sunlight from the darkness of the movie house, ___had only two things on ___ mind: Paul Newman and a ride home.”

third person1
Third Person

Reread the beginning of The Outsiders, but imagine that it were in third person point of view.

WhenPonyboystepped out into the bright sunlight from the darkness of the movie house, he had only two things on his mind: Paul Newman and a ride home.”

third person omniscient
Third Person Omniscient

Omniscient means “all-knowing”

Similar to third person limited, but an omniscient narrator can tell us about multiple characters in the story.

Example: “In the village the next morning, criers ran through the streets calling the people of sparks. They told them to bring blankets, towels, rags, and any other clothes they needed.” The People of Sparksby Jean Duprau

(Notice that the protagonist isn’t included in this passage)