Character Review. E/LA. Characterization. Authors develop their characters by the way they talk, look, think, feel, and through their interactions with other characters.
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They battle through a conflict
The conflict gets resolved
Static or dynamic
What is the conflict?
Is the main character static or dynamic?
Any person or animal in a story.
By what they look like, say, think, and do.
A dynamic character changes.
A static character stays the same.
The one most central to the action.
The character who gets in the way of the protagonist.
Less important characters
Person vs. person, self, nature, society, fate
After they resolve the conflict, do they change from it?
What lesson did they learn that made them change?
What is the definition of character?
How does an author develop character?
What is a dynamic character?
What is a static character?
What is a protagonist?
What is an antagonist?
What is a main character?
What is a minor character?
What are the five types of conflict?
How can we determine if a character is static or dynamic?
What’s theme and how is it related to character?
If you can answer the questions, then you are ready for our character test. Characters as important to the story because we connect to them, like them, or hate them. We are surprised by them, saddened by them, and sometimes we are scared for them. We BOND with the characters of books or movies.