2Method used by the writer to develop character. CharacterizationMethod used by the writer to develop character.
3Characterization 1) Showing the character’s ____________________ Characters are revealed in several ways:1) Showing the character’s ____________________2) Displaying the character’s ____________________
4Characterization (cont.) 3) Revealing the character’s __________________4) Letting the character ________5) Getting the __________________
5ProtagonistOne character that is clearly _____________ to the story with all major events having some importance to the character.
6The __________ of the main character AntagonistThe __________ of the main character
7(resemble real people) CharactersCharacters are convincing if they are:______________(resemble real people)
8Dynamic CharacterMany sided personalities that ____________, for better or worse, by the end of the story
9Static CharacterA character who ______________ develop or change throughout the storyHave one or two characteristics that do not change “stereotype”(ex:cruel stepmother)
10Major Characters Display ____________character traits _______________ and ____________ (dynamic)Display ____________character traits____________ throughout the plot“Protagonist”
11Minor Characters Can be summarized by a single statement or phrase __________-dimensional charactersCan be summarized by a single statement or phrase___________character traits (static)
52MoodThe _________, or ____________, that a writer creates for the reader.The feeling you get when you read the book.
53MoodIt can create a feeling of happiness, or it can make you feel sad or worried.___________, ___________, ________________, _______, and __________ all contribute to the mood of a work of literature.
54The ____________ a writer takes toward his or her subject. ToneThe ____________ a writer takes toward his or her subject.
55Tone Serious, ironic, humorous, bitter A writer’s word choice, choice of details, and direct statements of his or her position about a subject help to create the tone.Serious, ironic, humorous, bitter
56Differences___________: intended to shape the reader’s emotional response to a work___________: reflects the feelings of the writer
57Mood or Tone?Jane opened the door. As she walked downstairs, she noticed that a few things were missing. As she continued downstairs, she heard noises coming from around the corner. She felt her spine tingle.
58Mood or Tone?Cheating is unacceptable. If a student is caught cheating, then the student will receive a zero on the assignment or quiz. Students should rely on their own minds rather than those around them.