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By the end of this lesson, you will be able to: identify Conflict as it appears in literature. identify Conflict as it appears in literature. distinguish between Internal and External conflict. distinguish between Internal and External conflict. place conflict in one of three subcategories. place conflict in one of three subcategories.
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Internal Conflict Definition: A struggle that takes place in a character's mind is called internal conflict.
Internal Conflict is … NOT a visual or tangible problem. a character dealing with his or her own mixed feelings or emotions.
Example of Internal Conflict A character may have to decide between right and wrong or between two solutions to a problem. A character may have to decide between right and wrong or between two solutions to a problem.
Internal Conflict Subcategory Man vs. himself Internal conflict is often referred to as man vs. himself since the struggle is inside ones head.
Man vs. Himself Examples Lawrence Yep vs. his finding the pieces of the puzzle Rachel vs. knowing what is true or standing up to the teacher Tao vs. his desire to draw
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Internal Conflict Quiz Question 2: An example of Internal Conflict is: a.Tao vs. Volt Tao vs. VoltTao vs. Volt b.Yep vs. the nuns Yep vs. the nunsYep vs. the nuns c.Tao vs. the laws of the clan Tao vs. the laws of the clanTao vs. the laws of the clan
Internal Conflict Quiz Question 3: Question 3: Internal conflict is often referred to as: Internal conflict is often referred to as: a.man vs. man man vs. man vs. man b.man vs. himself man vs. himselfman vs. himself c.man vs. external forces man vs. external forcesman vs. external forces
External Conflict Definition: A struggle between a character and an outside force is an external conflict.
Example of External Conflict Characters may face several types of outside forces. The outside force may be another character. It may be the character and the community. The outside force may also be forces of nature. For example, a story might be the main character struggling against the arctic cold.
External Conflict Subcategories Man vs. Man Man vs. Environment
Man vs. Man This is mostly seen in the form of two characters against each other. It can also be represented by a group of people. It does not have to be a physical confrontation; it can be a battle between two ideas.
Man vs. Man Examples Tao vs Volt Tao vs Volt Ram vs Eagle-owl Ram vs Eagle-owl Rachel vs Phyllis Lopez Rachel vs Phyllis Lopez
Man vs. Environment Environment is defined as anything surrounding a person. This can include weather, objects, activities. Basically anything external EXCEPT people.
Man vs. Environment Examples Tao vs prey Tao vs prey Yep vs. kickball Yep vs. kickball Rachel vs. the sweater Rachel vs. the sweater
External Conflict Now youre ready to take a quiz!
External Conflict Quiz Question 1: Which is NOT an example of external conflict? a.other characters other charactersother characters b.forces of nature forces of natureforces of nature c.decisions decisions
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External Conflict Quiz Question 2: One subcategory of external conflict is: a.man vs. man man vs. man vs. man b.man vs. himself man vs. himselfman vs. himself c.man vs. literature man vs. literatureman vs. literature
External Conflict Quiz Question 3: Tao trying to find an animal to hunt is an example of: a.man vs. meat man vs. meatman vs. meat b.man vs. environment man vs. environmentman vs. environment c.man vs. supernatural man vs. supernaturalman vs. supernatural
External Conflict Quiz Question 4: A conflict cannot be categorized as man vs. man when: a.the struggle is with more than 1 character. the struggle is with more than 1 character.the struggle is with more than 1 character. b.there is a physical confrontation. there is a physical confrontation.there is a physical confrontation. c.the opposition is not human. the opposition is not human.the opposition is not human.
Conflict Quick Review Internal ConflictExternal Conflict MAN VS. HIMSELF MAN VS. MAN MAN VS. ENVIRONMENT *not tangible*other characters*any outside force *in the mind *not just physical confrontation*anything in surroundings *decisions, feelings, emotions*opposing ideas *weather, objects, activities
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