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Elements of a Short Story

Elements of a Short Story
Definition of Characters and how it is different fromCharacterization

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  • 1. CHARACTERS •PERSONS OR IMPERSONATORS WHO ARE PART OF THE STORY
  • 2. CLASSIFICATION OF CHARACTERS •MAJOR CHARACTERS PROTAGONIST ANTAGONIST •MINOR CHARACTERS DYNAMIC STATIC
  • 3. CHARACTERIZATION •THE WAY THE AUTHOR PRESENTS THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CHARACTERS
  • 4. CLASSIFICATION OF CHARACTERIZATION •DRAMATIC/INDIRECT •EXPOSITORY/DIRECT
  • 5. QUIZ •1-4. IN THE STORY “THE LITTLE MERMAID” ADOPTED BY DISNEY, WHO ARE THE MAJOR CHARACTERS? IDENTIFY WHAT TYPE OF MAJOR CHARACTER THEY ARE, RESPECTIVELY. •5. WHAT TYPE OF CHARACTERIZATION WAS USED TO INTRODUCE THE PROTAGONIST? •6-10. NAME AT LEAST 2 CHARACTERS IN THE STORY WHO ARE CONSIDERED STATIC AND 3 FOR DYNAMIC.
  • 6. CHOICES •MAX (THE DOG) •SCUTTLE (THE SEAGULL) •SEBASTIAN (THE CRAB) •URSULA (HALF OCTOPUS/HALF HUMAN) •FLOUNDER (THE YELLOW FISH)•PRINCE ERIC (HUMAN PRINCE) •KING TRITON (KING OF THE •CHEF LOUIS (HUMAN CHEF OF THE PALACE) MERPEOPLE) •FLOTSAM AND JETSAM (MANTLE RAYS; •ARIEL MINIONS OF URSULA)