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Transcript of Story Arc
The series of events that lead to the climax (or the highest point) of the story such as:
The climax is:
Who? Where? What? When? Why?
The story begins with the exposition.
In most cases, it introduces:
the setting (time and place)
some of the main characters
the character's main conflict.
What is the setting? Who are the main characters? what is the conflict?
Types of conflict include:
A conflict is a struggle between two opposing forces. There are internal and external conflicts
Man Versus Nature
Man Versus Man
Man Versus Society
Man Versus Self
What type of conflict is there in Finding Nemo?
What is the rising action?
the tense, exciting or terrifying moment when
the reader's emotional involvement is greatest.
the point of the story where the action comes to a peak.
the turning point of the story.
All earlier action leads up to the climax
What is the climax in Finding Nemo?
The falling action in the events that follow the climax.
These events lead to the resolution.
What is the falling action in Finding Nemo?
The resolution happens at the end of the story when all the conflicts have been resolved.
What is the Resolution of Finding Nemo?
Choose a story or a movie.
Use the work sheet provided and create a story arc.