Try It: Interview at 11:00
Think of a bookish character!
- What made you think of them?
- What do you like about that character?
- What do you loathe (if anything)?
- Would you want to have dinner with them?
- What would you ask?
Enquiring minds want to know!
Research involves knowing the content so well that you can ask and answer questions accurately.
Try interviewing your character!
If the answers to the questions below aren’t given in the book, imagine the answers based on the character’s personality, preferences, and experiences. Feel free to reread parts of the book for help.
Interview at 11:00
Imagine you’re sitting across a table from your character now and ask directly:
- What’s your favorite color?
- What series are you binging on your streaming service?
- How do you feel about vegetarianism?
- If you could get away with it, would you steal an item you wish you had?
- What dream do you have for the world?
- What would you change in your life if you could?
Justify your possible answers to someone who has read the book!
Now, encourage your kids to do the same.
That’s right—YOU go first, then have them try!
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