Character Traits Worksheets To Print:
Traits of Fiction - We ask you to dream up some thoughts on this one. Choose a character from a book or story that you have read. What is the primary trait of that character? How does the author demonstrate that particular trait throughout the whole story?
Quotes and Dialogue - Talk about judging a book by it's cover... Read the quote from each character below. Decide who said it. Write that character's identifying
letter on the line next to the quote.
Indirect Traits - This is somewhat of an inference activity for you. This worksheet will require you to state evidence from the text to back up your answer.
Personality Traits - A character trait is something about a person that both influences and is revealed through their words, thoughts and actions.
It's All About Your Character - List 10 character traits of Huck. Yup, that Huck! We provide you with a nice size reading passage to work off of.
Character Traits and Story - Using the clues about Jeremiah provided on the left (his character traits, motivations, and feelings), write the rest of the story, one sentence at a time, on the lines to the right.
Sensing It - For each character trait below, describe an action, thought or words that would demonstrate that a person possessed that particular trait.
Where is It Hiding? - List as many character traits as you can think of to describe Ginger. She is a complicated person.
External/Internal - This is a really nice organizer to help you look into a particular character of interest.
Meaning of This - Define the word. Then think of an action that should show each trait, and write that action on the line.
Best Friends - Think about your best friend. What do you like best about him or her? You will describe them and then examine some thoughts about them.
Demonstrate It! - Think about a character in the book you have read. What do you like best about him or her?
Morris the Mouse - Below is the opening of a story and a list of character traits. Choose which character traits you think Morris the mouse would have. Then write the rest of the story so that the character traits you chose are revealed through the action of the story.
Friendship - Think about a time when you and your friend had a really good laugh together. What was the situation?
Amy and Ms. Jenkins - Read each version of the scenario. Identify three-character traits that Amy displays in each version.
In Fiction - Choose a character from a book or story that you have read. How does the author demonstrate that particular trait throughout the whole story?
A Through L - Attribute these personal classifications to each of these scenarios.
Picturing It - Look at each picture. Identify something that each person is displaying.
My Family - Think about someone in your family and tell us all about them and your thoughts on them.
Picture This - You are given an image to guess what is going on.
Favorite YouTuber - Who is your favorite YouTuber? In the box, draw a picture of the person. T
Label It - A nice way to get through any text.
Interaction - Look at the specific events and interactions that your personas encounter across the work.
Visualize - See if you can envision what the cast looks like.
Real Life - Relate a fictional work to real life. Think about real people that you know, or use your imagination.
Fiction - Examine all of the effort that the author put into their work.
Be Descriptive - Read the description of each person and label the characteristics that are displayed.
Your Perspective - Look at each picture and tell us your thoughts on the person in each image.
Someone I Know - Think about someone that you know well and describe them
Internal and External - There are things going on inside the mind of a character and things that are visible.
Picture Me - Study each picture and describe the scene.
I Admire - What can you say about someone that you deeply admire.
Positive or Negative - Look at the characteristics that are described are they beneficial or punitive.
Support It - This will help you pull evidence from a text.
Characterization Worksheets To Print:
Elements of Characterization - Choose one of your main character's main traits. How
will you use each characterization technique in your story to reveal this more?
Personality - Briefly describe a cast member's personality. In the boxes below, provide the text evidence for your answer.
Dialogue - Read each picture/scenario pair. Think about what the person pictured might say in that scenario. Say the words out loud before you write them, to see if they sound realistic.
Indirect - Rewrite it using indirect characterization to portray the same trait.
Analysis - Breakdown a store and cite pieces of evidence.
Visualize Them - Based on the passage above, what does main actor look like?
What a Character - Starts with their names and then based on how they look, what do you expect them to do.
Mapping - What can you see on the surface of the story and what is being hidden or unsaid?
Presence - What do they say? How do they sound? What do they think about? How do they affect others?
Quick Thoughts - A great way to get you think about a story of any kind.