Characterization in Fish in a Tree

Characterization in Fish in a Tree
Characterization in Fish in a Tree
Characterization in Fish in a Tree
Characterization in Fish in a Tree
Characterization in Fish in a Tree
Characterization in Fish in a Tree
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Provide students with notes and examples of direct and indirection characterization in Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt. After students analyze the author's use of indirect characterization, they will be asked to use context clues to define ten character traits used to describe the main characters in the novel. The last page of the file includes definitions for each word, but requires students to identify synonyms for each word.
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