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Transcript of educational technology
Types of Conflict Conflict as Part of the Plot 1. Person vs. Person Conflict is the opposition of persons or forces in a story that give rise to the dramatic action in a literary work. it is the basic tension, predicament, or challenge that propels a story's plot. 4. Person vs. Nature 5. Person vs. Fate 3. Person vs. Self 2. Person vs. Society EXAMPLE: HAMLET
Hamlet is involved in a conflict
with his uncle, King Claudius,
who seeks to have Hamlet killed. It is a type of conflict where a character
has a conflict with some element of society-
the school, the law, the accepted way of
doing things, and so on. EXAMPLES:
In Nicholas Nickleby,
the protagonist stands in conflict
with a hypocritical education system,
while in Bleak House
it is a corrupt legal system that
functions as the major antagonist. It is a type of conflict where a
character has trouble deciding
what to do in
a particular situation. Example :
" The tell-tale heart" by Edgar Allan Poe.
The narrator in the story is a crazy person.
His issues with himself includes thinking he is mad and diluted.
He tries to convince himself and others that he is not,
using conflict in his mind.
he quote, "They Heard!-The suspected!-They Knew!-
hey were making a mockery of my horror!-
his i thought, and this I think." by Edgar Allan Poe
illustrates that this is man vs. self. It
illustrates it because it shows that he is talking to himself.
It also shows that he is thinking others can see right through him. It is a type of conflict where a character
as a problem with some natural happening:
snow storm, an avalanche, the bitter cold,
or any elements common to nature. EXAMPLE:
The men in The Open Boat must strive to reach land or perish at sea. Floods, snowstorms, insects, and animals may all constitute a conflict with nature. There are, however, less obvious manifestations of nature that can also constitute a conflict, such as plague or famine. It is a type of conflict where a character has to battle what seems to be an uncontrollable problem. whenever the problem seems to be a strange or unbelievable coincidence, fate can be considered the cause and effect. EXAMPLE
In Slaughterhouse Five
Kurt Vonnegut leads the reader to believe
in determinism or
fate as the essences of life. Types of Conflict It is a type of conflict where one
character in the story has a problem
with one or more of the other
characters. It is a type of conflict where a character has to battle what seems to be an uncontrollable problem. Whenever the problems seems to be a strange or unbelievable coincidence, fate can be considered the cause and effect. That's all for my presentation>>>
Thank you and God bless>>> Maylene C. Medina BTTE III-D English Educational Technology I It is a type of conflict where a character has a conflict or problem with some element of society- the school, the law, the accepted way of doing things, and so on. EXAMPLE:
Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë.
The narrative centres on the all-encompassing, passionate, but ultimately doomed love between Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff, and how this unresolved passion eventually destroys them and the people around them. "The Open Boat" scrutinizes the position of man, who has been isolated not only from society, but also from God and nature. The struggle between man and the natural world is the most apparent theme in the work,and while the characters at first believe the turbulent sea to be a hostile force set against them, they come to believe that nature is instead ambivalent. At the beginning of the last section, the correspondent rethinks his view of nature's hostility: "the serenity of nature amid the struggles of the individual—nature in the wind, and nature in the vision of men. She did not seem cruel to him, nor beneficent, nor treacherous, nor wise. But she was indifferent, flatly indifferent." The correspondent regularly refers to the sea with feminine pronouns, pitting the four men in the boat against an intangible, yet effeminate, threat; critic Leedice Kissane further pointed to the story's seeming denigration of women, noting the castaways' personification of Fate as "an old ninny-woman" and "an old hen" EXAMPLE:
Oedipus Rex. Oedipus is prophesied to kill his father and marry his mother. To prevent this from coming true, his parents send him away to be left out in the woods as a baby. Oedipus grows up (although his parents believe him to be dead) and grows up with foster parents. To prevent the prophesy from coming true, he leaves his new home, encounters his real father on the road (and kills him), goes back to Thebes where he was born and marries his mother. All the characters' attempts to fight fate in this play comes to naught, and nobody can escape the destiny laid out for them by the gods