文学 TPO6-L3 Character Sketch

TPO6-L3

Character Sketch

Listen to part of a lecture in a creative writing class.

 


 

 

  1. What aspect creative writing does the professor mainly discuss?
  • A. how to keep a reader’s interest.
  • B. how to create believable characters.
  • C. key differences between major and minor characters.
  • D. techniques for developing short-story plots.

 

  1. Why does the professor recommend that students pay attention to the people they see every day?
  • A. the behavior and characteristics of these people can be used in character sketches.
  • B. observing people in real-life situations can provide ideas for story plots.
  • C. it is easier to observe the behavior of familiar people than of new people.
  • D. students can gather accurate physical description for their characters.

 

  1. The professor discusses an example of three friends who run out of gas What point does he use the example to illustrate?
  • A. Writers should know their characters as well as they know their friends.
  • B. Writers should create characters that interact in complex ways.
  • C. Friends do not always behave the way we expect them to behave.
  • D. Friends’ behavior is often more predictable than fictional characters’ behavior.

 

  1. What warning does the professor give when he talks about the man who lives on the mountain?
  • A. avoid placing characters in remote settings.
  • B. avoid having more than one major character.
  • C. avoid using people as models whose lives are unusual.
  • D. avoid making characters into stereotypes.

 

  1. What does the professor imply is the importance of flat characters?
  • A. They act more predictably than other characters.
  • B. They are difficult for readers to understand.
  • C. They help reveal the main character’s personality.
  • D. They are the only characters able to experience defeat.

 

  1. Why does the professor say this? 🎧

 

  • A. To indicate that he is about to explain what type of drawing he
  • B. To help students understand a term that may be confusing.
  • C. To indicate that he used the wrong word earlier.
  • D. To motivate the students to do better work.


答案:
B A A D C B

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