Tutor profile: Sarah I.
How can I make the reader form an emotional connection to my character?
You can incorporate the character's sensory experiences into the story. Describing the things your character sees, smells, touches, and tastes will help the reader recognize the character as a fully-formed person.
Read the example and write a similar conversation between "A" and "B". Ex. leaving/sick A: I'm leaving school because I'm feeling sick. B: Did you get a note from the nurse? 1. over/house 2. yesterday/park
1. A. I'm going over to my friend's house. B. What time will you be back? 2. A. Yesterday I took a walk in the park. B. Did you go with a friend?
Subject: Digital Media
How does the portrayal of Victor as an angry young man in the film "Smoke Signals" perpetuate certain stereotypes about Native American.
Victor's seemingly inherent anger fuels the stereotype that Native Americans are stoic people that do not experience emotions in the same way non-Natives do.
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