Printables for This Topic:
Thing Needful – Read the passage. Then compare and contrast
the views of the character speaking with the views of the narrator.
Point of View
– Essays will vary, but they should discuss the limitations of making
one person both the narrator and the main character.
Views – What the narrator thinks of a character, what other
characters think of a character, and what a character thinks about
the world and about him or herself all contribute to bringing a character
– Think about how Jonah feels about the coming Ceremony of Twelve
in the first few chapters.
in Character – An author typically develops major characters
throughout a story, and sometimes develops minor character as well.
Character – Fill in the organizer below to analyze how the author
uses different points of view in the story to develop that character.
You may use the narrator as one of the points of view if you wish.