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Internal and External Conflict

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Stephen Greco

on 18 January 2012

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Transcript of Internal and External Conflict

Conflict-A problem or difficulty a character faces in the story. Think of a fight, this is an example of conflict. There are external and internal conflicts. External Conflict- A character's problem that takes place outside of their mind and involves another person or event. Internal Conflict-A character's problem that takes place inside of their head. For example, a character arguing with themselves is an example of internal conflict. Now, your turn: Identify the following conflicts as internal or external.

1. Jacob survived Hurricane Ike.
2. Richard was debating whether to ask Maria to the dance.
3. Jonathan regrets talking in class because he got DMC.
4. Two girls were sent to the office for arguing over who was goint to ask out Jose.
5. George was worried about the test on friday. Your Diary Assignment:

1. Pick one of these conflicts in the story to work on:

1. Peter vs. His Father
2. Anne vs. Mrs. Frank
3. Mr. Dussel vs. Anne
4. Mrs. Van Daan vs. Jelousy
5. Anne vs. Fear
6. Mrs. Van Daan vs. Mr. Van Daan Next, pick one of the following assignments to complete in your diary:

1. MOVIE POSTER: Create a movie poster for the story "The Diary of Anne Frank." The poster should show an example of the conflict that you picked earlier and if it is either internal or external. You must also include quotes from the story that explain the conflict.

2. DIARY ENTRY: Write a diary entry from the point-of-view of the one of the people in your conflict. Explain your conflict with supporting details from the story.

3. CONFLICT CHART: Complete the conflict chart explaining the conflict using textual evidence. WARMUP: Write, on your own sheet of paper, about a time that you faced a problem.
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