Characterization STEAL Wheel

Characterization STEAL Wheel
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Students learn characterization in fiction writing. What a character Says, Thinks, his/her Effect on others, Actions, and Looks (description) all contribute to what kind of person a character is. What he/she says ALSO says something about the character. What he/she DOES (actions) also say something about the character. Students pull direct quotes from a text -- with page/paragraph #s -- and then write a descriptive adjective about the character. For example: "The thing that he was about to do was to open a diary. This was not illegal... but if detected it was reasonably certain that it would be punished by death." p. 45(?) from 1984 by George Orwell. This is an action, and students would write the quote in the ACTION section. What that says about the character: He is rebellious and brave. Students complete the wheel and then make an overall judgement of the character, based on the adjectives in the wheel. What would one say about the character overall. Support with text evidence.
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45 minutes
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