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Reading Notes: Conflict

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Transcript of Reading Notes: Conflict

What is Internal Conflict?
Internal conflict
is an
emotional
struggle that the central character must face within
himself
or
herself
, such as a tough
decision
that they have to make or a
fear
that they have to overcome in the story!
CONFLICT
Reading Notes
What is Conflict?
What are the different types of conflict?
Show What you Know!
Read the
passages
in each bubble, then try to identify which type of
conflict
is contained in the passage!
The End
Conflict
is the central
struggles
,
problems
, or
obstacles
that the main characters (
protagonists
) face in a story!
What is external conflict?
In any good story, there are
two
main types of
conflict
...

External conflict
is a
physical
struggle that the central character must face in the story.
The
protagonist
of the story might have to
physically
overcome
an opposing

character
(an
antagonist
), a force of
nature
or
technology
, a
supernatural
force, or even a whole
society
!
External Conflict
Internal Conflict
types of external conflict in a story
There are
five
types of
external conflict
in a story!
Individual vs.
Individual
Individual vs.
Nature
Individual vs.
Technology
Individual vs.
Supernatural
Individual vs.
Society
Individual
vs.
individual
The central character (
protagonist
) faces an opposing
character
or
characters
(
antagonists
) in the story!
Individual
vs.
Nature
The central character must overcome
natural
forces in the story, such as dangerous
weather
, wild
animals
, or treacherous
terrain
!
Individual
vs.
technology
The central character goes up against
technological
forces or
machines
, such as
robots
,
computers
, or even
vehicles
!
Individual
vs.
supernatural
The central character must go against
magical
forces or beings that are not of this
world
, such as
ghosts
or
monsters
!
Individual
vs.
society
The central characters of the story stand up against
laws
,
traditions
, or
beliefs
that they feel are
unjust
!
How does the scene from
Star Wars: The Force Awakens show
External Conflict - Individual vs. Individual?
How is the clip from the movie Twister
an example of
external conflict - individual vs nature?
How is this scene from the Incredibles an example of
external conflict - individual vs technology?
How would this also be an example of
External Conflict - Individual vs. Technology?
How is this scene from ghostbusters an example of
external conflict - individual vs suprenatural?
How is the story of rosa parks an example of
external conflict - individual vs. society?
Fyi...
Internal conflict
is also known as
individual vs.
self
How is this scene from toy story 3 an example of
internal conflict - individual vs. self?
How is this scene from aladdin an example of
internal conflict - individual vs. self?
After breaking his mother's laptop, Casey struggles to decide whether he should tell his mother the truth and face the consequences, or whether he should try to hide his mistake!
What's the conflict?
Internal Conflict
Individual vs. Self
What's the conflict?
Kiko is a ninja warrior trained by Master Mahrati. When Master Mahrati is killed by Master Shan of the Lotus Clan, Kiko lays it all on the line to avenge his master's death. Will Kiko overcome Master Shan?
External Conflict
Individual vs. Individual
What's the conflict?
It's the year 3030 and society is completely dependent on machines and robots. A young boy named Domino is flying his hover board to school when all of the machines start acting up and attacking people due to a powerful computer virus. What will Domino do now that the machines that are supposed to help him have turned against him?
External Conflict
Individual vs. Technology
What's the conflict?
Brian has the best dog in the world. In fact, he has one of the only dogs in the world. That's because
dogs are not allowed in Brian's world, where people believe that dogs spread diseases. Brian's dog will
be executed if he is caught. Soon Brian learns of a mysterious underground dog owners club and joins
the fight to legalize dogs. Can Brian and his new friends prove to the world that dogs are safe and
friendly?
External Conflict
Individual vs. Society
What's the conflict?
Janie is on a whitewater-rafting trip along a choppy river when their guide suddenly has a heart attack. Now she and the other passengers must learn to work together to survive the treacherous rapids. As if things weren't bad enough, some of the passengers spotted a bear following the confused rafters along the shore. Will Janie make it home safely?
External Conflict
Individual vs. Nature
What's the conflict?
Greg is just a regular boy who tries to do his best
in school and just so happens to have a magical
unicorn. When he's not studying and playing baseball,
Greg is riding his unicorn through the enchanted
land of Harmonia. When Greg brings something to
Harmonia that he shouldn't, a secret gate is unlocked
and the muck-muck monsters are unleashed,
causing terrible pollution in Harmonia. Can Greg and his
unicorn stop the muck-muck monsters
before they find a way to Greg's world?
External Conflict
Individual vs. Supernatural
What's the conflict?
Everything was going just fine for Mae until yesterday. That was when she found out that her eye were turning green. In Mae's world people discriminate against those with green eyes. Green-eyed people cannot vote or hold public office and they are often forced to work the worst jobs for the least pay, if they can even find a job. Mae parents want her to have surgery to change her eye color, but her grandma, who also has green eyes, encourages her to fight for her rights. With her grandma behind her, Mae joins a resistance movement and becomes the poster child for green-eyed rights, but how will all of this attention affect Mae's family, especially her parents who wanted her to hide who she was?
External Conflict
Individual vs. Society
What's the conflict?
Jack Juniper is the best fighter pilot in the Air Force. He can take down an enemy jet while doing a barrel roll. One day while Jack is escorting some friendly pilots to a military base, something that Jack has never seen before attacks the convoy… ghost planes! Can Jack outmaneuver the highly skilled ghost pilots or is the mission doomed to failure?
External Conflict
Individual vs. Supernatural
What's the Conflict?
Ronny has won second place in the science fair for the last two years, and Newton Robinson has taken first. Ronny hated how Newton gloated and held these victories high over Ronny's head. This year, Ronny will stop at nothing to beat Newton. He has even enlisted the help of a Nobel Prize nominated scientist who was banished from the scientific community for his rouge experiments. Can Ronny and his mad scientist partner win against the undefeated Newton at this year's science fair?
External Conflict
Individual vs. Individual
What's the Conflict?
After years of saving money, John bought his dream home. It was a two-story beach house in a secluded area. John thought it was absolutely perfect, until he noticed the termites. First there were just a few, nibbling away at the back deck, but soon there were thousands. This is the story of how John went to war with the termites, a war
that he eventually won, but one that cost him his dream home.
External Conflict
Individual vs. Nature
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