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Elements of Plot

How to identify the Elements of Plot on a Plot Diagram
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Carrie Schaffer

on 18 October 2010

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Transcript of Elements of Plot

The Plot Diagram Elements of Plot Expo Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution The Exposition usually comes in
the beginning of a story. Readers
learn about the setting of the story
and characters are introduced.
Most importantly, readers are also
introduced to the main conflict
in the story In the rising action of a story,
initial events begin to develop
the conflict. A building of interest
or suspense occurs. The climax is the turning point
of the story. Usually the main
character comes face to face with
the conflict. The main character
will change in some way. In the falling action, all loose
ends of the plot are tied up.
The climax and conflict are
taken care of. In the resolution, the story comes
to a reasonable ending.
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