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Character Mapping. A Level 1 Assignment. Blank Map. Choose your character. Type their name in the center box. Step 1. Type the character’s role in the space below his/her name. Step 1. Determine which positive character traits your character possesses. . Step 2: yellow hat - positive.

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character mapping

Character Mapping

A Level 1 Assignment

step 1

Choose your character.

  • Type their name in the center box.
Step 1
step 4 red hat emotions

Determine which emotions your character possesses.

    • You do not need to use the terms listed as there are more than are listed.
Step 4: red hat - emotions
step 5 green hat wants

Determine what your character wants in the story.

    • What does the character hope to gain as the story/chapter progresses.
Step 5: green hat - wants
step 6 white hat classifications1

round

    • realistic and behaves in a “real-life” way
    • The reader learns:
      • What they look like
      • What they say
      • What/How they think
      • How/Why they act
      • What others think about them
  • flat
    • defined by a single trait
    • personalities are not fully developed
    • The reader learns little or nothing about:
      • What they look like
      • What they say
      • What/How they think
      • How/Why they act
      • What others think about them
Step 6: white hat - classifications
step 6 white hat classifications2

dynamic

    • Change
      • emotionally
      • mentally
      • behaviorally
      • physically (least likely)
  • static
    • Remain the same throughout the story
Step 6: white hat - classifications
step 8 character interaction1

In the orange boxes, type sentence that includes the name of a character with whom your character interacts and what they do in the narration.

Step 8: character interaction
step 9 character interaction1

Above the arrows, type a word or short phrase that describes the interaction between the character you chose and the other characters in the story/chapter.

Step 9: character interaction
step 10

Save your work.

  • Submit it as discussed in class.
    • If you don’t remember, please check the class calendar. The information should be there.
Step 10