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Literary Conflict - 7th Grade

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Katie Elam

on 29 October 2012

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Transcript of Literary Conflict - 7th Grade

Literary Conflict Remember, Conflict is a struggle between two opposing forces -Or-
the problem A struggle that takes place in a character’s mind or heart is called INTERNAL CONFLICT. Man Vs. Self is internal conflict.
It is a conflict going on inside oneself. A character struggling to overcome fear, addiction, emotional damage or other crippling personal issue. External conflict is a struggle that takes place outside the body. Man vs. Man Two characters fight one another like Harry Potter and "He who shall not be named" Man Vs. Nature Man vs Nature is the struggle of man against
the outside forces of the world.

This form of external conflict could involve floods, fires, storms, severe winds, or animals Man Vs. Society This is when protagonists feel alienated or are treated as outcasts of society. One against many. Man Vs. Supernatural/Technology Supernatural Technology (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr Let's try a few for practice In the next movie clip try to find as many example of conflict as you can An ‘out of this world’ villain or monster acts as the force against the protagonist of the story.

The key to this ‘out of this world-ness’ is that the protagonist will have minimal understanding and absolutely no control over his opponents.
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