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Character Analysis

Directions:
1. Find 5 inferred character traits on a single character.
Inferred character traits are traits that can be found
in actions or dialogue.
2. Write at least two sentences explaining the inferred
character trait. Be sure to include the character, the
trait, and support for the trait found in the text.

Example:
Camilla Cream is frightened. I know Camilla Cream is
frightened, because she screams when she sees herself in
the mirror.
Character Analysis
Directions:
1. Find 5 inferred character traits on a single character.
Inferred character traits are traits that can be found
in actions or dialogue.
2. Write at least two sentences explaining the inferred
character trait. Be sure to include the character, the
trait, and support for the trait found in the text.

Example:
Camilla Cream is frightened. I know Camilla Cream is
frightened, because she screams when she sees herself in
the mirror.
Character Analysis
Directions:
1. Find 5 inferred character traits on a single character.
Inferred character traits are traits that can be found
in actions or dialogue.
2. Write at least two sentences explaining the inferred
character trait. Be sure to include the character, the
trait, and support for the trait found in the text.

Example:
Camilla Cream is frightened. I know Camilla Cream is
frightened, because she screams when she sees herself in
the mirror.
Character Analysis
Directions:
1. Find 5 inferred character traits on a single character.
Inferred character traits are traits that can be found
in actions or dialogue.
2. Write at least two sentences explaining the inferred
character trait. Be sure to include the character, the
trait, and support for the trait found in the text.

Example:
Camilla Cream is frightened. I know Camilla Cream is
frightened, because she screams when she sees herself in
the mirror.