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Copy of Character Conflicts

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Transcript of Copy of Character Conflicts

Internal and
External Conflict Let's try to identify
the conflicts in these videos... What is a conflict? Character Conflicts There are two main
kinds of conflict in stories A conflict is a struggle
between opposing forces in a novel, short story or play. A struggle that takes place in a character's mind is called internal conflict. For example, a character may have to decide between right and wrong or between two solutions to a problem. Sometimes, a character must deal with his or her own mixed feelings or emotions. Internal Conflict External Conflict is a struggle between a character and an outside force. The characters may face several types of outside forces such as, another character, the community and forces of nature. External Conflict Finding Nemo- Character vs. Character - external

The Emperor's New Groove - Character vs. Self - internal

The Day after Tomorrow - Character vs. Nature - external

Remember the Titans - Character vs. Society - external So, what’s the difference? This type of conflict finds the main character
in conflict with another character, human or not human. Character vs. Character Conflict This type of conflict finds the main character
in conflict with the forces of nature, which serve as the antagonist. Character vs. Nature Conflict In this type of conflict, the main character
experiences some kind of inner conflict. Character vs. Self Conflict This type of conflict has the main character in conflict
with a larger group: a community, society, culture, etc. Character vs. Society Conflict The Emperor's New Groove The Day After Tomorrow Remember the Titans Finding Nemo Finding Nemo- Character vs. Character - external

The Emperor's New Groove - Character vs. Self - internal

The Day after Tomorrow - Character vs. Nature - external

Remember the Titans - Character vs. Society - external external conflict Internal Conflict external conflict Character vs Self Character vs Society Character vs Character Character vs Nature Types of Conflict External Conflict An internal conflict is just that– a conflict that takes place internally. This is better known as Character vs. Self

An external conflict is a conflict that can be seen physically. We know external conflicts as
Character vs. Character
Character vs. Nature
Character vs. Society For Example: In the movie "Big Daddy, a young man must look within himself to decide whether he can raise a child who appears on is door step. For Example: In "Toy Story", Buzz and Woody experience a personality clash. For Example A teenage boy in "A Cry in the Wild" crash-lands a plane in the Canadian wilderness. For Example Mike and Sully go against the practices of the entire Monster race when they befriend a child in "Monsters, Inc."
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