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Internal vs External conflict

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Mary Pelson

on 25 August 2015

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Transcript of Internal vs External conflict

Do now:
Turn to your neighbor and talk about what
conflict
is for the next 3 minutes.

What are some examples of conflict that you experience every day?
What is conflict?
Internal vs External Conflict
Objective:
By the end of today's lesson, you will be able to:
A struggle between forces; the result of competing desires or the presence of obstacles that need to be overcome
-a disagreement with a friend about where to have lunch
What are some examples of conflict that you experience every day?
-a fight with your sibling
-a rivalry at a soccer game
-identify the four different types of conflict
A struggle between forces; the result of competing desires or the presence of obstacles that need to be overcome
What are some examples of conflict that you experience every day?
-a disagreement with a friend about where to have lunch
- a fight with your sibling
-a rivalry at a soccer game
There are two different kinds of conflict:
internal
conflict and
external
conflict
Internal conflict
A struggle that occurs within a character's own mind
External conflict
A struggle that occurs between a character and an outside force
Man vs. Self
- deciding between right and wrong
- having mixed emotions, such as feeling relieved but disappointed at the same time
- having fear prevents you from reaching a goal
- feeling guilt or shame about a past wrongdoing
- struggling with self-image
- struggling to break a bad habit
Man vs. Man
two characters against each other
- you vs. a bully
- you against your parents
- two sports teams against each other
Man vs. Nature/Environment
weather, objects, activities, or anything other than another person against a character
- the hiker vs. the slippery slope
- the captain of the ship vs. a hurricane
Man vs. Society
one character up against a group of characters or even up against a belief system that belongs to a group of characters
- Rosa Parks vs. segregation
- a girl who want to join the boys hockey team
Let's put your conflict-identifying skills to the test!
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