Don’t Copy . Today’s Standard. Reading Standard 3.2 Evaluate the structural elements of the plot (for example, subplots, parallel episodes, climax), the plot’s development, and the way in which conflicts are (or are not) addressed and resolved. Copy onto chart . Plot Diagram. Climax.
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(Highest Point of Suspense, Action)
faced by Characters)
(characters, their situation,
(How conflicts are resolved,
loose ends are tied up)
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External Conflict: The character struggles against outside forces.(person, group, nature)
Can you think of some examples?
Internal Conflict: The character struggles with some conflict or emotional turmoil inside of him or her self. (self)
Can you think of some examples of this kind of conflict?
Summarizing a Plot:
Most plots can be summarized by using a strategy called somebody wanted but so.
Somebody is the main character(s).
Wantedis what that character(s) want.
But means the complications that develop that make it harder
for the character(s) to get what he/ she wants.
So is how it all works out in the end.
Example: Lysander and Hermia want to get married but are forbidden by her father so they are forced to run away into a forest where their love gets all mixed up, but things work out in the end and they are finally allowed to marry each other.