This Language Arts activity allows students to practice and deepen their understanding of direct vs. indirect characterization. It would be used after/during reading any piece of literary fiction and following a lesson on direct vs. indirect characterization.
This documents provides sections for students to explore three different characters in any literary work you may choose.
The first column requires the student to draw a picture of the character. The second column requires the student to explore the text and identify quotations from the book that are examples of direct and indirect characterization of each character. In the third column, the student will take this information and generate a summary, describing the character in his/her own words.
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