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Unit 2. Is Conflict Necessary?. Conflict. Conflict: Struggle between opposing forces 2 types: Internal and External Internal: Man vs. Self External: Man vs. Man; Man vs. Society; Man vs. Nature Conflict Video. Elements of Short Story: Want to leave a MAIN EFFECT. Characters

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unit 2

Unit 2

Is Conflict Necessary?

conflict
Conflict
  • Conflict: Struggle between opposing forces
    • 2 types: Internal and External
      • Internal: Man vs. Self
      • External: Man vs. Man; Man vs. Society; Man vs. Nature
      • Conflict Video
elements of short story want to leave a main effect
Elements of Short Story: Want to leave a MAIN EFFECT
  • Characters
    • Main effect usually involves a change in character
  • Setting
    • Time and place of action
    • Contributes to the stories mood
  • Plot
    • Sequence of events in which it is told
  • Conflict
  • Themes and Symbols
    • Theme: Insight into life
    • Symbols: object or element that stands for a larger meaning
analyzing character
Analyzing Character
  • Developing Character
    • Direct
      • Narrator makes direct statements about a character
    • Indirect
      • Learn by analyzing what they say and do
      • How other characters respond
      • Characterization Video
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Analyzing Character
  • How Characters Advance a Story
    • Advance Plot
      • Can lead to new plot developments
      • Intensify conflict, heighten tension or suspense
    • Develop Theme
      • How characters change and lessons they learn