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September 12, 2013 - plot diagram H omework: Study for quiz on Friday - plot diagram Ob jective: Students will evaluate and apply the elements of the story plot Wa rm Up (in your composition book)

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September 12, 2013 - plot diagram

Homework:Study for quiz on Friday - plot diagram

Objective:

Students will evaluate and apply the elements of the story plot

Warm Up (in your composition book)

Turn to pg. 31 in your Lit book. Read the passage "The Bracelet" and answer the close read questions #1 and 2.


Parts of a story

setting characters  conflict


setting - the time and place of 
the action.


characters - the people, animals or 
creatures who 
take part in the 
story's action.


conflict - the problem or struggle a character faces in 
the story.


conflict can be internal or external

internal

external


but...the power of a story comes 
from the action - what happens 
as the story develops. This is 
known as the plot - the series of events in a story


the plot 
diagram

climax

falling action

rising action

central conflict

resolution

exposition


Turn in your 
Literature book to 
pg. 28


exposition

introduces

setting

main character

hints at central conflict


central conflict

the main problem carried through the entire story


rising action -

conflict grows

builds suspense


the turning point of the story

makes the outcome of the conflict clear

climax -


falling action -

eases the tension

shows how the main character resolves the conflict


resolution -

reveals how everything turns out


In your notes, draw a new plot 
chart. Fill this out as we read 
"Boar Out There." (pgs. 32-33)


Boar Out There 
plot chart


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