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Plot in the Legend Of Sleepy Hollow

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Dana Carr

on 29 November 2012

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Transcript of Plot in the Legend Of Sleepy Hollow

Ms. Carr Plot in the Legend Of Sleepy Hollow Constructing Plot Plot is the sequence of events.
It draws the reader into the character's lives and helps the readers understand the choices the characters make. What goes into the plot? There are different elements that the author adds to the plot to keep his story organized.
Usually there is:
Rising action
Falling action
conclusion Now let us be the detectives! We are the detectives and our goal is to:
find the plot in the Legend of Sleepy Hollow?
find the rising action?
find the Climax?
find is the falling action?
find the conclusion
describe them to me in paragraph form Plot Structure The plot structure is the way in which the elements are arranged.
Different authors will arrange the plot in different ways, this helps add to the overall meaning of the story. Rising action- Sequence of events that lead up to the Climax
Climax-turning point in the story when the characters try to resolve the conflict
Falling action- Sequence of events, after the climax, that lead to the conclusion
Conclusion- the way the characters resolve the conflict Bell Ringer Since you were supposed to have read "The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow," use the blank paper to illustrate a cover picture for the story. This will be used for your Response Logs.
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