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Fiction

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Richard Scott

on 20 August 2014

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Transcript of Fiction

Fiction
vs.
Nonfiction
TWO TYPES OF WRITING
Start your page by writing
FICTION
at the top
.
1. Made-up characters (animals or people).

2. A made-up series of events called a
PLOT
.

3. The plot revolves around a conflict or problem.
4. Story is told by a speaker called a narrator.
5. Takes place in a setting (time or place) that may or may not be real.
6. Might include true facts to make a made-up story seem realistic.

7. Fiction stories include themes, or messages about life, like the value of honesty, the power of love, or the cost of greed.
Start a new page and write
NONFICTION
at the top
1. Focuses on real people.
2. Describes true events and conflicts.
3. The narrator is the author, who is a real person.

4. Presents facts and ideas related to real times and places.
5. Like fiction, nonfiction can use vivid descriptions, characters, and dialogue (conversations between characters).

6. Includes a central idea that is the main point of the story.

7. The central idea (main idea) is supported by details and facts.
Start a new page and call it PLOT.
This is IMPORTANT to your succes on BDRs.


1. Exposition:
Setting (time and place)
Characters
The situation
2. Rising action: The conflict as it builds toward the climax of the story.
What is conflict?
External:
Character vs. character
Character vs. a force of nature
Character vs. society
Internal:
Character struggles with doubts, feelings, and concerns.
3. Climax:
Highest point of interest or suspense
Major turning point.
When the battle is won.
When the hero saves the day.

4. Falling action:
Action after the climax.
Result of the conflict.



5. Resolution:
How the story ends.
The outcome of the conflict.
The theme or message becomes clear.
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