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Plot Elements

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Erin Kennedy

on 15 September 2013

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Transcript of Plot Elements

Plot Elements
All narrative stories...
Exposition
Rising
Action

Climax
Falling Action
Resolution
Like you, characters have a history and a background. Knowing details about their lives is important to understanding characters' personalities and motives. The background information explained at the beginning of a story is an
Maybe one of the most famous expositions ever....
This goes for movies and TV, too.
follow a plot line.
there is no story. The reader learns of the conflict early in the story. It's the spark that ignites the action. Conflict can be
hu
Types of Conflict
Man vs. Society
Man vs. Nature
Man vs. Man
Man vs. Fate
Man vs. Self
RISING ACTION
is what happens in a story leading up to the climax.
When Simba finds hakuna matata.
When Frodo escapes the spiders on the way to the Misty Mountains.
It's when Cinderella is getting ready for the Prince's ball.
EXTERNAL
or
INTERNAL
Without

CONFLICT
EXPOSITION
It sometimes has details about events that happened before the story begins.
the turning point!
Protagonist
Antagonist
CLIMAX
is when the
protagonist
, or the
hero
, takes charge of her own fate.
the plot thickens...
Who? Where?
or
TURNING POINT
happily ever after
tying up loose ends
It's often the most exciting moment in a story. The reader can
infer
how the conflict is resolved in the climax.
The
Who is the protagonist and antagonist in this scene?
FALLING ACTION

is everything that happens after the climax. It shows how the characters were affected by the climax.
It's when Juno and Bleeker are comforting each other after she gives the baby up for adoption.
RESOLUTION
is how the conflict is resolved. Cinderella and the prince live happily ever after in his castle. Spiderman wins MaryJane. Red is able to find his way to the ocean after becoming a free man. Juno's baby is adopted by a loving mother. Simba sends Scar into exhile, and marries Nala.
Sometimes, the story has a lesson for us to learn.
What are the lessons of these narrative stories?
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