First person; Laurie
First person; Alice
Third person; Laurie's mom
First person; Laurie's mom
John is extremely intelligent.
He barely has to try and John still makes the best grades.
John is a very athletic student.
Despite his lack of effort, John is a very intelligent student.
"And the teacher said no one play with Charles, but everybody did."
"My son renounced his overalls and began wearing jeans and a belt."
"Did that really happen?" I asked incredulously.
"and that Charles boy, he's a bad influence."
I suppose he was renounced again.
He renounced corduroy overalls and began wearing blue jeans.
The voice suddenly became renounced as it shouted "Isn't anybody here?"
The boy became renounced and fresh with his father.
The band suddenly sounded raucous as the tuba became off key.
He was sick and felt raucous.
The project was raucous! I barely made an A.
My heart felt raucous as I learned of his death.
Doubting or disbelieving
Mistrusting the motives of others
Loud or blaring sound
Uses "I" and "me"
Is told from a character is the story
Can see the thoughts of other characters
Can only see the narrator's perspective
Third person limited
Third person omniscient
Hit the teacher
Likes to eat chalk
Stole his chocolate cake
Is the smallest child in the class
Sad and afraid
Confident and secure
Clingy and shy
Mean and rude
They don't want Charles to hit Laurie.
Charles is Laurie's best friend.
Charles is the class president and Laurie wanted that job.
They are afraid Charles might be a bad influence on their son.
He hated kindergarten.
He was bored.
He wanted the attention he wasn't getting at home.
He hates green crayons.
Man vs. man (Laurie has a problem with his baby sister)
Man vs. man (Charles has a problem with his teacher)
Man vs. self (Laurie has a problem overcoming his need for attention)
Man vs. nature (Laurie has a problem with dirt in his wheelbarrow)
Shorter than the other kids and doesn't have an umbrella
Taller than the other kids and doesn't have rain hat/pants
Taller than the other kids and doesn't have a rain coat/boots
Taller than the other kids and has a bad attitude.
Indirect; Speech/Thoughts/Effects on Others/Actions/Lies
Direct; Speech/Thoughts/Effects on Others/Actions/Looks
Indirect; Speech/Thoughts/Effects on Others/Actions/Looks
Indirect; Speech/Thoughts/Effects on Others/Actions/Look