The following collection of worksheets will teach your students the different methods authors use in presenting characters to the reader, whether first-person, third-person, or some other viewpoint. These sheets will help your students define physical and emotional traits for each character in their story, and decide the best point of view for telling it. Sheets are also available for defining conflicts and relationships between the characters, as well as listing individual motivations (likes, dislikes, quests, back story, etc.).
Author Jim Butcher repeats important character descriptions-such as a favorite piece of clothing-throughout his books as a shortcut to help the reader envision the entire character.