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Direct vs. Indirect Characterization

Direct vs. Indirect Characterization
Direct vs. Indirect Characterization
Direct vs. Indirect Characterization
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Students will use the statement given, and write a 2-4 sentence description of the character without directly telling the reader about him or her. While writing, students will try to create an image or picture in the reader’s mind by indirectly describing the character.

*Remember: Direct characterization is when the writer tells you about the actions of a character and indirect characterization is when the writer shows you about the actions of a character through the author’s thoughts and feelings, words, appearance, or character relationships.
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1 page
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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