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The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs Plot Diagram

A plot diagram for the fairy tale "Little Red Riding Hood" by the Grimm Brothers.
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Kristie Linkous

on 20 September 2016

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Transcript of The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs Plot Diagram

Plot Diagram
Exposition
Setting: Once Upon a Time Land
Situation: The wolf needs sugar.
Characters: Wolf & 3 Pigs
The wolf runs out of sugar while baking a cake.
He goes to ask the pigs for sugar.
Each of the first 2 pigs say no, and he sneezes and blows their houses down.
He doesn't want to waste food, so he eats both pigs for supper
CLIMAX
The wolf asks the 3rd pig who also refuses, but his sneezes don't blow down the house. The pig starts making fun of the wolf's granny. This causes a big ruckus.
RISING ACTION
FALLING ACTION
News reporters find out all the wolf has done.
The reporters embellish the story.
He is framed as the Big Bad Wolf.
Resolution
The wolf is thrown in jail.
The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs
by A. Wolf
As Told to Jon Scieszka
THE END
P.S. Now accepting donations for bail money.
Sincerely, A. Wolf
I just proved that I can
use technology to publish my writing. (W8.6)
determine setting and plot. (RL8.2)
demonstrate command of English. (L8.1)
Characters
Protagonist: Wolf
Antagonist: Pigs
Conflict
External: Man vs. Man
used to introduce background information about events, settings, characters etc. to the audience or readers
What events, problems, and conflicts build suspense or increase complications in the story?
the turning point in the story the point of greatest conflict and intensity
The events that help wrap up the story.
The events that help wrap up the story.
Theme
the central ideas through the novel; the author’s reason for writing or the meaning of the story
Things are not always as they seem.
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