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Daedalus and Icarus Plot Diagram (SB Activity 1.20)

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Transcript of Daedalus and Icarus Plot Diagram (SB Activity 1.20)

"Daedalus and Icarus" Plot Diagram
(SpringBoard Activity 1.20)

EXPOSITION
WHO: Daedalus, Icarus & King Minos of Crete
WHERE: Island of Crete (near Greece)
WHEN: When gods and mortals lived together




CONFLICT: Daedalus, an architect, was hired
to build a maze by King Minos. He is then imprisoned by the king and wants to escape
off the island with his son.
Daedalus thought of a plan; he would make wings so he and his son, Icarus, could fly away, so he made two pair of wings from wax and bird feathers.
Daedalus taught he and his son to fly.
Daedalus warned his son. He told him to not fly too close to the sun or the wings would melt.
When it was time for them to take off, Daedalus went ahead of Icarus.
Icarus was excited by the feeling of flight, so he opened his wings and soared upward towards the sun.
Soon Icarus's wings began to melt and he started falling down towards the vast sea.
Climax
Daedalus noticed his son was nowhere to be found so he went
back in search.
Below him he saw the feathers of his son's wings floating in the water. He knew Icarus had drowned.
Falling Action
An island nearby was named Icaria, in memory of Icarus.
Resolution
Daedalus went to the temple of Apollo in Sicily and hung up his wings as an offering.
Daedalus never flew again.
Definitions
Exposition - The who, when and where, which is answered in the first couple paragraphs.

Conflict - The problem in the story.

Rising Action- The actions leading up to climax.

Climax - The part of the story when you realize the outcome. (The most intense moment.)

Falling Action - What happens after the climax, leading to the resolution.

Resolution - The outcome or conclusion of the story.
Rising Action
Daedalus built the labyrinth for King Minos.
Daedalus soon learns of King Minos' evil plot to house a Minotaur in the labyrinth that will feed on people.
Daedalus asks to leave Crete and Minos ignores Daedalus' request and imprisons Daedalus and Icarus instead.
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