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Matilda:
clever, determined, and has a fifth sense  

 

Ms. Honey:
sweet, apathetic to her aunt, and open-minded 

 

Ms. Trunchbull:
Strong, mean, and greedy

 

 

 

 

The effects of those characteristics on the plot and resolution of the conflict . . . .

Matilda was clever and she made a plan to help Ms. Honey. Matilda’s fifth sense helped her succeed in her plan and she was determined to help Ms. Honey.

Ms. Honey was apathetic to her aunt which made her want to get away from Ms. Trunchbull because she couldn’t stand up to her so she moved out and was living in a tiny cottage with absolutely nothing. 

Ms. Truncbull was strong and mean which made Hs. Honey (her niece) want to stop living with her; creating the main problem.

Ms. Honey and Ms. Trunchbull are credible because the things they did real people could actually do but, Matilda is not credible because most people don’t have powers that can shoot out of their own eyes.

On this page include the following information about your book:

Reading Standard 3.2

Pictures and names of the characters - list their characteristics

Write about the effects of those characteristics on the plot and resolution of the conflict (how do their personalities affect what happens in the story?).

Reading Standard 3.8

Are the characters credible? Why?

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