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“He Lion, Bruh Bear, and Bruh Rabbit” I can describe characters in a passage or story by how they look, act, and feel (traits).
Big Ideas A character trait is a quality that sets one person or thing apart from another. A character is the “who” in the story. A character has many traits, roles, and similarities to other characters based on how they are described in the story and how they act in the story. A character’s traits, actions, and roles can change throughout the story.
dialect DefinitionCharacteristics ExamplesMemory Clue “Put some shrimp on the barbie, bloke.” A regional style of language Southern drawl, British accent, “Valley Girl” speech, Irish brogue.
“He Lion, Bruh Bear, and Bruh Rabbit” Virginia Hamilton Page 272 Character Trait Page Evidence:
What character traits does your character exhibit? Use the evidence from your chart and be sure to include evidence- based text. Which character changes during the story? How does he change? Remember the SEE process: Turn the question into a STATEMENT Give Examples and EVIDENCE EXPLAIN how your examples support the topic sentence.