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Eighth Grade (Grade 8) Character Study Questions

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Grade 8 Character Study
What is it called when a reader has to infer what the character is like based on what he says, thinks, or does?
  1. direct characterization
  2. indirect characterization
  3. the author's message
  4. point of view
Grade 8 Character Study
A                   is one-sided and often stereotypical.
  1. round character
  2. flat character
  3. dynamic character
  4. static character
Grade 8 Character Study
Grade 8 Character Study
A                   is one who does not change.
  1. round character
  2. flat character
  3. dynamic character
  4. static character
Grade 8 Character Study
A                   is one who changes or grows during the course of the work.
  1. static character
  2. round character
  3. flat character
  4. dynamic character
Grade 8 Character Study CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.8.3
                          is the act of creating and developing a character.
  1. characterization
  2. direct characterization
  3. indirect characterization
  4. character
Grade 8 Character Study
He was a very shy, quiet man.
This is an example of:
  1. Indirect Characterization
  2. Direct Characterization
Grade 8 Character Study CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.8.3
Which word best describes Pandora?
  1. clumsy
  2. courageous
  3. cautious
  4. curious
Grade 8 Character Study CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.8.3
"I've always thought of her as a very special person," Mrs. Jones said of her neighbor, Mary.

In the above statement, indirect characterization is revealed through the following method:
  1. the character's thoughts, actions or words
  2. the character's physical appearance
  3. the thoughts, actions, or words of another character
  4. the author directly tells the reader about the character
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