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Conflicts (5 A)

Literary Analysis, Grade 8, Lesson 5
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Amy Edmonds-Frost M.S.

on 2 December 2014

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Transcript of Conflicts (5 A)

Every story has a conflict - a struggle between two opposing forces. The conflict may be between two people or it may be between a person and some other force, regardless, every story revolves around conflict and it's important for you to understand the various kinds of conflict.
Conflicts in Literature
MAN vs. MAN
MAN vs. SELF
Literary Conflicts
MAN vs.
TECHNOLOGY
MAN vs. SOCIETY
Man vs.
Supernatural
INTERNAL: Internal conflict is the struggle that takes place in a character's mind, and that compromises their morals. The character will have to deal with their-own mixed feelings and emotions.
EXTERNAL: A struggle between the character and an outside force. The outside force could be another character, the community, or forces of nature.
MAN
vs.
SELF
Where the main character of the story has a problem or struggle with him or herself.
This is the only type of INTERNAL conflict
MAN
The conflict is between TWO CHARACTERS; external.
vs.
MAN
The Big 6
MAN vs. NATURE
MAN vs. NATURE
The conflict is between a character and a force of nature, like snow or rain or wind; external.
MAN
vs.
TECHNOLOGY
The conflict is between a character and something like a computer, TV; external.
A character or characters fight against elements outside the natural realm.
Where a main character thinks differently from society or the norm; believing or behaving in a way that is different what is expected and accepted in that society.
MAN
vs.
SOCIETY
MAN vs. SUPERNATURAL
THE BIG CONFLICTS
let's practice
Man vs. Self
Man vs. Man
Man vs. Supernatural
Man vs. Technology
Man vs. Nature
Man vs. Society
Even though her friends tried to peer pressure her into leaving, Allison chose to stay and help the teacher clean up the mess.
Man vs. Society
Betsy was always trying a new, bizarre diet to “eliminate the chub” she claimed to have on her slim thighs.
Man vs. Self
The man on the bus was yelling at the bus driver for not getting him to his destination on time.
Man vs. Man
The ghost of her late grandfather would appear whenever she used his tool box.
Man vs. Supernatural
The old, married couple
bickered over who forgot to buy the weekly supply of Polydent.
Man vs. Man
Man vs. Nature
The tsunami was just a side effect to the massive earthquake that struck Japan.
Without fail, her old computer would freeze-up right as she pushed "save" or "print."
Man vs. Technology
McKenzie could not decide if she should move home to Kona or remain in San Diego.
Man vs. Self
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