When authors create characters, they think about “inside” and “outside” details. Inside details are the little things that a character thinks and feels - things that live inside the character’s mind and heart that other’s can’t see. Outside details are the things that the character says and does - behaviors that others can observe. Your students will go through the same process with this writing worksheet. Ask them to create a character and list the things they imagine this character thinks about and feels.
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