Sunny by Madison Werner

Sunny by Madison Werner
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Storyboard Description

I used Sunny from Wings of Fire

Storyboard Text

  • This indirect form of characterization can help you infer that Sunny is peaceful.
  • Sunny never likes to fight.
  • This direct form of characterization tells you exactly what she is like.
  • She was always a nice, friendly dragon.
  • This is indirect because it is what she is saying
  • Hi I'm Sunny nice to meet you!
  • I can help you do that.
  • This indirect characterization helps you to infer Sunny is helpful.
  • This is an example of indirect characterization, it helps you to infer that she is curious.
  • Oh, look at that weird bug!
  • This direct characterization tells you in the text that she is protective.
  • Sunny is protective over her friends because she loves them.
  • This example of direct characterization tells you she is playful.
  • Sunny is playful, she likes to play with her friends.
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