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Howie by Mind Map: Howie
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Howie

Character Map: To complete this character map you will need to think about the different types of characterization an author uses: 1.  Direct Characterization 2.  Indirect Characterization  

Indirect Characterization

Indirect Characterization is when you find out about a character from: 1.  What the character says 2.  What the character does 3.  What others say about the character

What Howie says

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Example #2

What Howie does

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Example #2

Example #3

What others say about Howie

Example #1

Example #2

My Ideas about the character

Reflect back on how you felt about Howie as you read Chapter 1 & 2.  Give two reactions you had about Howie and state at least one reason why for each.

Reaction #1

Reason #1

Reason #2

Reaction #2

Reason #1

Reason #2

Direct Characterization

Direct characterization is what the author is telling you directly about the character. For Instance: Jill, a seventeen year old, is a very caring person.

Example #1

Give one example from Chapter 1 where the author directly describes Howie.

Example #2

Give an example of Direct Characterization from Chapter 2.