How to Write the Best Character Analysis and Get an A+
How do you know when your students really understand character analysis? When they can "reverse engineer" it by creating their own fictional character with strong personality traits. In this lesson, students will create a fictional character and write a passage in which the character exhibits personality traits. This writing lesson is a perfect follow up lesson when you finish teaching character analysis.
Use these lists of character traits to help you select the positive and negative traits you need for the characters in your stories. A trait is a distinguishing quality or characteristic, typically one belonging to a person. It can be a genetically determined characteristic. We all have good and bad character traits and we should remember this when we describe people.
This is the evaluating process of certain traits of the literary character. This includes additional elements consideration like different conflicts they face and the role they are playing in the story. When we analyze the character, it is important to remain critical, base the conclusions concerning every character being analyzed on certain areas, and ask clear and concise analysis questions.
I've had some good and not so good papers here but all of them had some basic stuff done right which seriously sometimes is enough to receive at least a B cause many of my professors don't dive a damn.