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Types of Characters (Grade 8)

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Types of Characters

Main person or persons in a story.
  1. Minor Characters
  2. Major Characters
  3. Cinderella
  4. Andrea
Supporting characters in a story.
  1. Major characters
  2. Minor characters
  3. Supportive characters
This is a character who experiences a significant change or development over the course of the narrative.
  1. dynamic character
  2. round character
  3. flat character
  4. static character
The opponent of the main character:
  1. protagonist
  2. antagonist
  3. foil
  4. character
A character whose personality traits represent a group rather than an individual:
  1. foil
  2. antagonist
  3. stereotype
  4. protagonist
A static character is:
  1. The way a writer reveals the personality of a character
  2. A character that does not change much in the course of a story
  3. A character that does change in the course of a work
The story's bad guy; the character who works against the main character.
  1. plot
  2. antagonist
  3. protagonist
  4. omniscient 3rd person
A well developed character:
  1. dynamic character
  2. flat character
  3. static character
  4. round character
A character with traits opposite to those of the main character:
  1. character
  2. narrator
  3. protagonist
  4. foil
A superhero would be which type of character?
  1. flat/round
  2. flat/static
  3. flat/dynamic
  4. static/dynamic
A character who is so one-dimensional as to be predictable is:
  1. static
  2. flat
  3. round
  4. dynamic
Which choice describes a dynamic character?
  1. doesn't change
  2. changes physically
  3. changes personality
  4. plays a main role in the story
Most protagonists are:
  1. flat/static
  2. flat/round
  3. round/dynamic
  4. round/static
ROUND CHARACTERS are predictable stereotypes of people.
  1. True
  2. False
Most minor characters are:
  1. flat/static
  2. flat/round
  3. round/dynamic
  4. round/static
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