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"Eleven" By Sandra Cisneros
Transcript of "Eleven" By Sandra Cisneros
What Is A Plot Diagram?
A plot diagram is a graphic organizer that helps to explain the exponents of a short story including, the Exposition, the Inciting Incident, the Rising Action, the Climax, the Falling Action, and the Resolution/Denouement.
The Exposition of a short story is always located at the beginning of the story. It includes, the time, place, mood, and the introduction of the characters.
The Inciting Incident
The Inciting Incident occurs when there is an event that triggers the beginning of a conflict.
The Rising Action
The rising actions are events that build suspense and hint at what is to come using a technique called foreshadowing.
The climax is the highest point in the story and includes the conflict. The character must make a decision and/or their conflict is resolved.
The falling action are the events that follow the climax.
The Resolution/Denouement is located at the end of the story and is used to wrap up the loose ends.