Character development can be defined as the uncovering of who a character is and how they change throughout the duration of your story.
From start to end, readers should be able to understand your main characters deeply.
This can be anything from equality to the difference between right and wrong.
Next, craft a short story with the setting being and do your best to make sure that theme shines through Get creative!
While non-creative writing can have dialogue (like in interviews), that dialogue is not used in the same way as it is in creative writing.
Creative writing (aside from silent films) requires dialogue to support the story.
After you have 4 emotional states, write one page of each using dialogue and narrative your character would use.
To start, choose a scene you wrote previously that has little to no dialogue, but is still very important.
Next, rewrite the entire thing using dialogue (including dialogue tags and body language descriptions).
You will quickly become better at using dialogue to show and not tell.