Write character profiles for the 3 main characters. Compare and contrast the character traits. Write a description of paper from the point of view of Rock. Think about the game and how Rock could defeat scissors. Create a wanted poster for Scissors. Create models of each character out of suitable materials, e.g. origami for paper and clay for rock.
Write a description of Earth from space (pause at 2m 57 secs; Use 'show not tell' to describe the astronaut only revealing that he is a chimp at the end of the description. Discuss and write down the types of things the chimpanzee would be feeling and thinking about. Use show not tell to describe his sadness at the end of the film.
Use this collection of character profile worksheets and resources to describe the personality, feelings and looks of a range of characters from known stories or to help your children to invent a new character within their own story writing. Our resources are fantastic to help get your students writing character descriptions in KS2 English classes.
A setting is where and when a story is set. When writing a story, the setting is really important. Thinking about these things will help your writing. Think about what the setting is like, is it.
Character description (KS2 resources) Character based literacy activities including character description activities, narrative writing ideas, worksheets, posters and templates for KS1 and KS2.
Powerpoint This is a short unit (approx 2-3 50 minute periods) which aims to improve students ability to create effective characterisation in creative or personal pieces of writing. Pack contains a self-explanatory PowerPoint which you simply run through and it gives students examples of good practice and gives them tasks on how to improve characterisation.
Character description - KS2 Literacy teaching resources. Character description (KS2 resources) Character based literacy activities including character description activities, narrative writing ideas, worksheets, posters and templates for KS1 and KS2.
How to create a character profile. The characters in your fiction are the key to its success. Your plot needs to keep readers turning pages, but the characters you create are what will draw people back to your writing and make them want to read more of it. If you think about the books you love, the chances are they include memorable characters.