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Developing Character in Teens
February 2001 by Penton Overseas .
Written in English
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(See side bar.) Finally, direct teaching can also take the form of guiding our children to a good book, article, or pamphlet. wikiHow is a “wiki,” similar to Wikipedia, which means that many of our articles are co-written by multiple authors.
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Character Development Defined. You've probably seen all sorts of things develop in your lifetime: pets, land, even film (unless you've only used a digital camera).
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All month, we practiced the character trait and at the end of the month, as a class, we chose a student who we felt did a good job representing that character trait.
The example below is for Respect. From the anchor chart (like the one for Responsible), students chose one student in the class and wrote down how that student represented that. At this point, you may wish to create character names and a short description for the characters you have in mind for your novel – including a few distinctive physical/sensory tags.
Create character files on your computer - one per character - or use a separate page in a notebook for each character (leaving plenty of room to add notes later).
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