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CHARACTERIZATION

Quiz by Stasi Gibson

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25 questions
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  • Q1
    What is characterization?
    how movies and books depict certain types of people
    comparing and contrasting how a character thinks and acts
    the process of revealing the personality of a character
    the process of discovering the theme in literature
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  • Q2
    Which are personal attributes of characterization?
    emotional traits
    physical appearance
    motives
    all of the above
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  • Q3
    What is the protagonist?
    the villain
    the narrator
    main character
    supporting character
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  • Q4
    What is the antagonist?
    almost always a dynamic character
    the character with the most morals and values
    main character
    opposing character or force
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  • Q5
    A well developed character with varied traits, both good and bad
    some Christians
    round character
    static character
    dynamic character
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  • Q6
    A less developed character with one or only a few traits; typically stereotypical
    round character
    flat character
    dynamic character
    static character
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  • Q7
    A character that develops and changes over the course of a story due to a conflict or newfound understanding
    dynamic character
    static character
    flat character
    round character
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  • Q8
    A character who remains the same over the course of an entire story
    round character
    dynamic character
    static character
    flat character
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  • Q9
    When the narrator or another character tells us what a person is like
    characterization
    dynamic characterization
    indirect characterization
    direct characterization
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  • Q10
    An example of a static character in TKAM
    Curley
    Atticus
    Jem
    Scout
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  • Q11
    An example of a dynamic character in TKAM
    Jem
    Calpurnia
    Mr. Ewell
    Atticus
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  • Q12
    "Jim was a handsome, smart, muscular football player who always had a smile on his face" is an example of
    indirect characterization
    direct characterization
    dynamic character
    stereotyping
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  • Q13
    Cinderella's stepmother is an example of
    static character
    none of the above
    dynamic character
    round character
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  • Q14
    The Grinch is an example of
    dynamic character
    static character
    flat character
    characterization
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  • Q15
    "Stasi was a friendly, happy, outgoing cheerleader who loved to make new friends" is an example of
    direct characterization
    round character
    flat character
    indirect characterization
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  • Q16
    Requires the reader to look for clues that reveal a character's traits and motivation
    informational text
    indirect characterization
    characterization
    direct characterization
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  • Q17
    When looking for indirect characterization, think about what a character...
    remembers, does, and finds
    does, thinks, and says
    changes, does, and reveals about themselves
    none of the above
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  • Q18
    Chloe looked away and shifted her paws when Dad asked where the pan of brownies went.
    direct characterization
    indirect characterization
    characterization
    personification
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  • Q19
    When looking for indirect characterization we must ______________________.
    infer
    predict
    summarize
    go with our first guess
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  • Q20
    The best way to support indirect characterization is through using __________________.
    textual evidence
    a thesaurus
    Quizlet
    the plot diagram
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