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What is Story Structure?

Plot, Character, Conflict, Theme, Setting

Laura Helvey

on 12 August 2016

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Transcript of What is Story Structure?


What are the five elements that make up the story structure?
The time and place of the story.
It may be the past, present, or future.
The place may be real or imaginary.
The conflict is the problem that tries to get resolved.
The people, animals, or imaginary creatures who take part in the story.
The underlying message or lesson the author is
teaching with their story.
Authors add themes that express their ideas about life or human nature.
Themes are rarely stated directly, so
readers must often
to figure them out.
The Plot is the
sequence of events
in the story. It is what happens in the
, and
Don't forget to use those Signal Words!
Completing a Story Map
is a great way to identify
all the different elements
in a story. We'll do this
first one together. :)
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