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Developing Realistic Fictional Characters

I was assessing my students in Reading in a colleague’s office today.  As a student was finishing up a passage silently, I began looking at her walls.  I found a great chart on character development.  Loved it so much that I turned it into a “worksheet” of my own.  (I also altered it a bit so to include further examples for some of the items listed.)  Here it is:

Stacey Shubitz View All

Literacy Consultant. Author. Former 4th and 5th Grade Classroom Teacher.

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  1. All hail the character work sheet!

    I teach playwriting, but characters are characters – they come alive in the small details. When the writer knows the hopes and fears, the likes and dislikes, the memories, the background of a character, they become three dimensional. Will all these details make it into the final product? They never do, but it becomes easier to write for them specifically and effectively.

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