Presentation on theme: "Are you ready? Character Analysis Activity. Heres what youll do… On the following slides you will see several pictures of people, along with a quotation."— Presentation transcript:
Heres what youll do… On the following slides you will see several pictures of people, along with a quotation from that person. Give each person a name. Use 5 adjectives to describe each person.
OMG! I am like SOOO excited I like found these like awesome pink leggings to like go with my pink shoes at the mall like yesterday. It was like sooo worth ditching 5 th period for.
I listened to Green Day yesterday alone in my room for four hours. Then I smoked a pack of cigarettes and wrote a poem about how much I love being alone.
So…Would you like to go on a date with me this Saturday night? What am I saying, of course you want to go on a date with me. Any girl in this school would love to go on a date with me. Guess youre feeling pretty lucky I asked you, huh?
NO MOM! I TOLD YOU ALREADY!! I DONT WANT DINNER!!!!!!! IM PLAYING COD BLACK OPS! STOP TALKING TO ME!
Well, first I have an ASB meeting at lunch, then cheerleading practice after school. Then Im meeting Kelly and Brittany and Ashley at Brittanys house. Were going to meet Johnny and Matt and Chris for dinner and a movie at the Highlands. Then tomorrow Im volunteering at the soup kitchen and cheering at the football game then going to the homecoming dance because I was nominated to the court.
Now that youve had some practice… You will do some of your own analysis: 1. On the same sheet of paper, analyze your best friend. Do not identify your best friend by his or her name. 2. List five adjectives to describe your best friend. 3. Write a quotation from your friend that you think helps to identify his or her character attributes. Now, do the same for your worst enemy (again, no names!). If you dont have an enemy, choose someone who you just dont like very much, or dont get along with well.
One more step! Write down the name of the character you have chosen to write about in OM & M. Look at the analysis you have completed for your best friend and worst enemy. Which list of adjectives best fits to your character? Your best friend, or worst enemy? Look back at the list of adjectives you used to describe all the individuals in this activity. Using these words and others you come up with, list five that describe your character.
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