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Conflicts internal vs. external

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Diana Rice

on 30 May 2013

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Transcript of Conflicts internal vs. external

Goal Internal conflict a struggle that takes place in
a person's mind Person vs. society External conflict Why do writers include conflict? Literary Elements Conflict a struggle between a person and
an outside force e super is a prefix that means above or beyond What is conflict? Conflict is the struggle or obstacle faced by a character What are the types of conflict? There are two types of conflict, internal and external. A person is dealing with his or her own feelings, emotions, or decisions. To jump or not to jump? External conflict Person vs. self A Person may face several types of outside forces. Person vs. Person Person vs. Nature Person vs. Technology Oops! No gas! Person vs. Supernatural Writers include conflicts because:

~It creates interest for the reader
~ It moves the plot of the story
~ it can teach the reader a lesson How does a reader identify a conflict? ~First, identify the main character (protagonist) ~Next, determine the protagonist's goal ~Lastly, identify who or what is getting in the way of achieving the goal When reading the examples on your worksheet, please find the evidence or proof of the conflict and highlight it in yellow. in- is a prefix that means into or inside

ex- is a prefix that means out of or outside Practice identifying conflict Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows- J.K. Rowling

“It’s all right for you two, isn’t it, with your parents safely out of the way-“
“My parents are dead!” Harry bellowed.
“And mine could be going in the same way!” yelled Ron.
“The GO!” Roared Harry. “Go back to them, pretend you’ve got over your spattergroit and Mummy’ll be able to feed you up and-“
Ron made a sudden movement: Harry reacted, but before either wand was clear of its owner’s pocket, Hermione had raised her own.
“Pretego!” she cried, and an invisible shield had expanded between her and Harry on the one side and Ron on the other; all of them were forced backward a few steps by the strength of the spell, and Harry and Ron glared from either side of the transparent barrier as though they were seeing each other clearly for the first time. Harry felt corrosive hatred toward Ron: something had broken between them. Scribbler of Dreams- Mary E. Pearson
“I ran up to my room and shoved the portrait under my bed. I wondered why I didn’t just rip it into a thousand pieces and flush it down the toilet. Just do it, Kaitlin! Do it! “I snatched it back up from under my bed and ran down the hallway to the bathroom. I stood there over the toilet, my tears falling into the bowl, my hands shaking as I held the paper. But… I couldn’t. What was happening?” “Rip it up! Flush it! Now!
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