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Fiction

Plot Characters Setting Theme


events/ people, animals, moral or
what happens objects doing message
plot diagram the action (no terms
exposition types of characters:
to know)
rising action main
secondary
climax protagonist
falling action antagonist
resolution
characterization
conflict external traits
internal traits
Created by Heather Taxis Greene, 2010
IN YOUR LANGUAGE
ARTS NOTEBOOK...
What's the difference between
INTERNAL and EXTERNAL character traits?
Give at least one example of each.

How do you figure out the


INTERNAL traits of a character?

4 minutes
Created by Heather Taxis Greene, 2010
Characters
EXTERNAL
INTERNAL
(outside)
(inside)

Created by Heather Taxis Greene, 2010


EXTERNAL (outside)
-gender
-race
-physical characteristics
Things we -facial expression/posture
know about the -clothing
character just -items used/held/carried
by looking at
them
Created by Heather Taxis Greene, 2010
INTERNAL (inside)
-likes
-fears
-feelings
-thoughts
-opinions Things we can't see.
-desires We learn them from
the character's actions
and words.
Created by Heather Taxis Greene, 2010
Characterization is the method used by
a writer to develop a character.

The method includes:


-showing the character's appearance
-displaying the character's actions
-revealing the character's thoughts
-letting the character speak
-getting the reactions of others

Created by Heather Taxis Greene, 2010


Created by Heather Taxis Greene, 2010
a Main Character: or a Secondary Character:
"Licked" -Andrew -Andrew's dad
-Andrew's mom
-the dinner guest (Dad's boss)

"Eleven: -Rachel -Mrs. Price

"Dragon, Dragon" -Dragon -King


-Queen
-cobbler
-eldest cobbler's son
-middle cobbler's son
Created by Heather Taxis Greene, 2010
-youngest cobbler's son
protagonist antagonist
the "bad guy"/
the "good guy"/
opposition to the
main character
main character

Created by Heather Taxis Greene, 2010

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