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Transcript

  • As we read The Glass Castle. your group (or on your own) will track one character throughout each part of the book.
  • At the end of the book, you will have created 5 body bios for your character, one for each part (1-5).

Character Body Bio

  • The goal of a body biography is not only to illustrate the literal looks of a person, but to also make a thorough visual representation, using
  • symbols,
  • colors,
  • quotations
  • a body outline

Purpose

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What to Include

Click on each of the buttons to see what you need to include in your body bio and where

Hands Click me

Head Click Me

Heart Click Me

Torso Click Me

Feet Click Me

Legs Click Me

Legs Click Me

Arms Click Me

Arms Click Me

Hands Click me

Background Click me

What to Include

Feet

  • On what is the character standing?
    • This should be a symbolic (not literal) representation of the character's most fundamental beliefs about life.

What to Include

Arms

  • One important event per leg/arm that contributed to the character’s development in the story.
    • Be prepared to explain why the events are important to that character.

What to Include

Legs

  • One important event per leg/arm that contributed to the character’s development in this part of the story.
    • Be prepared to explain why the events are important to that character.

What to Include

Heart

  • In the heart should be what this character loves most
    • This could be a symbol, word, or phrase.

What to Include

Legs

  • One important event per leg/arm that contributed to the character’s development in this part of the story.
    • Be prepared to explain why the events are important to that character.

What to Include

Background

  • Around the outside of the character
    • Character Name & Part
    • Any other information important to understanding the character.

What to Include

Torso

  • List the most important goals/motivations of the character.
    • These could be words, phrases, symbols, or a combination of the three.

What to Include

Head

  • List at least 3 important thoughts and/or quotes from the character.

What to Include

Hands

On the other hand list at least three adjectives that describe the character's negative qualities

What to Include

Arms

  • One important event per leg/arm that contributed to the character’s development in this part of the story.
    • Be prepared to explain why the events are important to that character.

What to Include

Hands

On this hand list at least three adjectives that describe the character's positive qualities.