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  1. Plot, Setting, and Mood

  2. Setting • Setting – • the time and place of the story. • 2 ways that authors create setting… • Details that suggest the time of day, year, season, or historical period • Descriptions of characters, clothing, buildings, weather, and landscapes

  3. Setting cont.

  4. Setting cont. • Setting is sometimes crucial: why? • Brainstorm a list of popular stories from literature and films. • Setting is important in which of these stories? • What clues in some of these stories help us to identify the setting?

  5. Mood • Mood – • the feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for readers. • How does a writer create mood? • Imagery • Word choice • Setting

  6. Mood cont. • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCVrC7Dg2qo • What mood does this song convey? • Did you derive this from imagery, word choice, or setting?

  7. Plot • Plot • A series of scenes that traces a conflict • Conflict • Struggle between opposing forces • Types of conflict? • Internal – man vs. himself • External – man vs. man, man vs. nature, man vs. society

  8. Stages of a Typical Plot • Exposition • Introduces the setting and characters and establishes a mood. It may also reveal the conflict or set the stage for it. • Rising Action • Complications arise as the main character struggles to resolve the conflict • Climax • A turning point in the story and the moment of greatest suspense. Often the main character makes a decision or takes an action that makes the outcome of the conflict clear. • Falling Action • Shows the results of the decision or action that happened at the climax. • Resolution • Reveals the final outcome of the story and ties up any loose ends.

  9. The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant • What do you learn about the setting in lines 1-8? • Describe the mood that the setting details help to create. • The decision the narrator makes in the fourth paragraph sets the rising action in motion. Explain what his decision is and how this scene makes the story more compelling? • Describe Sheila’s personality. In what ways does her attitude create conflicts for the narrator? • Locate and describe the climax in this story? Based off of the narrator’s character, is this outcome believable or was it predictable? • The resolution reveals what the narrator has learned from his experience; what has he learned?