Presentation on theme: "Kuczek-GHS-English II-2012. Step #1 Pick a major character from Le Morte I would suggest someone like the following Arthur Merlin Mordred Morgan Le."— Presentation transcript:
Step #1 Pick a major character from Le Morte I would suggest someone like the following Arthur Merlin Mordred Morgan Le Faye
Step #2 Find 8 character traits that make them unique or help define them.
Here is an example with Phineas 1. Leader 2. Athletically Gifted 3. Can’t believe Gene did it! 4. Foreshadowing of death 5. Courage 6. Cares about Gene 7. Smooth talker 8. No sports=lack of purpose
Step #3 Find a quote, with page number, to prove your character trait assertions
Example of Step #3 Foreshadowing: “…he looked more dead than asleep.” page 48 when Gene and Finny lay on the beach.
Step #4 Make your Coat of Arms Make a COA for your character. Make sure to follow all the directions In Medieval times the Coat of Arms was placed on banners and shields to signify a knight’s allegiance. On it was a representation of their lord’s heritage, values, and accomplishments. It was used to identify friends and foes during battle.
Step-by-step directions Section 1: Draw an animal that you feel represents your character Section 2: Draw a picture of your character’s greatest accomplishment Section 3: Draw a picture of what you see your character accomplishing in life Section 4: Draw a picture of your character’s most prized possession Section 5: Draw a symbol of your character’s strength that is not an animal Section 6: Draw a picture of one of the most important people to your character in the world and label them
Coat of Arms Visual
Step #5 Put your characters name on the cover plate Write the title of the book on the cover plate Write the author on the cover plate Combine both plates with a brad.
Before the first Le Morte Test “B” day November 16 th “A” day November 19th Only the material specifically listed on these slides may appear on your character wheel. Your character wheel may be used on both Le Morte Tests!