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Copy of the plot rollercoaster

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Tina Peterson

on 28 September 2013

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Transcript of Copy of the plot rollercoaster

Resolution
Climax
Falling action
Rising action
Projections
Competition
Threats
Exposition
Business Pitch for
Plot Roller Coaster
List the main stregths
List the top opportunities
List the main threats
Add some details
How will you get the message out?
List top competitors
Timeline
Executive
Summary
List the main weaknesses
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The beginning of the story,where the setting and characters are introduced
Important ???s
When and where
Characters


Builds suspense,conflict becomes more difficult
Important???s
What new problems arise?
what happens as a result of the conflict?
most exciting part
outcome off conflict becomes clearer

Important???
What is the most exciting part?
Tension eases
conflict is revealed
shows how main character resolves the problem
Reveals how conflict turns out
some times resolution is called "denouement"
Now do you guys want to see a random guy scream his head off on a roller coaster while answering a question about baseball?
Exposition
Rising action
Climax
Falling action
Resolution
Hint:the correct answer is yes
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