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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) Character Study Questions

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Grade 7 Character Study
Which choice describes a dynamic character?
  1. doesn't change
  2. changes physically
  3. changes personality
  4. plays a main role in the story
Grade 7 Character Study
In direct characterization
  1. the writer describes the character.
  2. the writer reveals the character through STEAL.
  3. the writer doesn't care how you learn about the character.
Grade 7 Character Study CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.7.3

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Grade 7 Character Study CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.7.3

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Grade 7 Character Study
Supporting characters in a story.
  1. Major characters
  2. Minor characters
  3. Supportive characters
Grade 7 Character Study

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Grade 7 Character Study
Which of the following is not a method that is related to characterization?
  1. character's appearance
  2. character's actions
  3. character's thoughts
  4. number of characters
  5. character's dialogue
Grade 7 Character Study
What is the definition of characters?
  1. the people or animals who take part in the story
  2. the sequence of events in a story
  3. the highest point of interest in a story
Grade 7 Character Study
Main person or persons in a story.
  1. Minor Characters
  2. Major Characters
  3. Cinderella
  4. Andrea
Grade 7 Character Study
The main character or hero of the story is the...
  1. antagonist
  2. main character
  3. protagonist
  4. hero
Grade 7 Character Study
The character who opposes the protagonist...
  1. main character
  2. protagonist
  3. antagonist
  4. villain
Grade 7 Character Study
What does "STEAL" stand for when talking about indirect characterization?
  1. Speech, Thought, Effect on others, Actions, and Looks
  2. Statements, Time, Effort, Action, and Love
  3. Solitude, Thoughts, Enthusiasm, Acorns, and Loss
Grade 7 Character Study
What is a character trait?
  1. motive to describe why a character does something
  2. adjective to describe a character's actions, thoughts, words
  3. categories
  4. descriptions of the character's appearance
Grade 7 Character Study
In indirect characterization...
  1. the writer describes the character.
  2. the character's personality is directly described by the author.
  3. the writer reveals the character through STEAL.
Grade 7 Character Study
"I fall to the floor. My wife just sits there, watching" is an example of indirect characterization because:
  1. it makes reference to an event from history
  2. the wife is a character in the story
  3. her actions show that she doesn't care if her husband dies.
  4. the author directly tells us about the wife
Grade 7 Character Study
What indicators are not used to determine who a character is in a passage?
  1. the character's thoughts and actions
  2. what other character's think about the character
  3. what the character says throughout the story
  4. the character's goals and dreams
Grade 7 Character Study
What is character motive?
  1. why character says or does something
  2. adjective to describe a character's actions, thoughts, words
  3. author's word choice
  4. what a character says, does, or thinks
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