How to Successfully Kill a Character: The Checklist - Helping Writers Become Authors

How to Successfully Kill a Character: The Checklist - Helping Writers Become Authors<<maybe I should make a writing board

Click through + get the free character sheet! 10 *essential* questions to ask to figure out the heart of your character. Writing advice | character sheet | how to create a character | writing tips | free writing worksheets via @lizrufiange

The Ultimate Guide to Create a Character Readers Remember

Click through + get the free character sheet! 10 *essential* questions to ask to figure out the heart of your character. Writing advice | character sheet | how to create a character | writing tips | free writing worksheets via @lizrufiange

How to kill a character

How to Kill a Character: The Checklist Infographic It bothers me when characters die needlessly.

This series of Facebook handouts can be used to create a mock facebook page for any character(s) from short stories, novels, films etc.  This

Facebook Character Page -- Versatile Activity for any Character

Create a "fakebook" page for a character. Would be great for an end of book project or a historical figure

Hannah Heath: 10 Ways to Make the Most Out of a Character Death - If you’re going to kill off a reader’s favorite character, you better do it in a way that honors said character. Here are 10 pointers to help you get it right.

I’m always vaguely surprised when I read to the end of a book without having a character die. In this day and age, it seems a matter of c.

Character Name Generator - generate random names from a huge database of diverse common names from around the world, choose the ethnicity of your character's name, and the period in which they were born, from realistic Victorian names through to character names for the present day.

random names from a huge database of diverse common names from around the world, choose the ethnicity of your character's name, and the period in which they were born, from realistic Victorian names through to character names for the present day.

These are my favorite books for teaching character changes, comparing characters, and having a character study in a first or second grade classroom! Head over to the post to get lesson ideas and questions for each book!

Diving Deeper into Characters - My Favorite Read Alouds

character study, books for character, comparing characters, character changes, read aloud lessons

Love these quick (and funny!) talks to inspire leadership and teach character with my high school students! Perfect to fill an extra 15 minutes or all together as a mini character-building unit.

Quick Ted Talks to Develop Leadership and Character

Love these quick (and funny!) talks to inspire leadership and teach character with my high school students! Perfect to fill an extra 15 minutes or all together as a mini character-building unit.

Planning Character Arcs - If you like to plan your stories ahead, you’ve almost certainly sketched out your plot. But have you planned your character arcs? Every story needs a character arc for its protagonist, even if it’s simple or subtly conveyed. And while supporting characters don’t always need an arc, stories are better off when they’re included...

Planning Character Arcs

Captain Mal Reynolds (Firefly/Serenity) played by the sexy Nathan Fillion

Cute! Students could create a character to write about... good for subs.

CHARACTERIZATION~ Use this free printable to have students first design a character, and then describe their character's traits. Work with language arts teacher to develop lesson plan together for students to build on

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