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True or False? A subplot in National Treasure would be the romance that develops between Ben and Abigail?
What is true?
Ben deciding to steal the DOI, then getting arrest- ed for it is an example of dramatic irony, internal monologue, or a resolution?
What is dramatic irony?
Specific names of Five characters found in National Treasure.
Who are Ben Gates, Patrick Gates, Riley, Abigail Chase, Ian Howe, Viktor, Shaw, & Peter Sadusky?
Would finding the treasure in the Catacomb scene be the denouement, inciting incident, or climax?
What is climax?
What clue is chronologically missing from this list? Charlotte, Stealing the DOI, ___, Silence Dogood letters, Liberty Bell, glasses, catacombs.
What is the Ottendorph Cifer?
True or False? The theme of National Treasure is treasure hunters vs. treasure protectors.
What is true?
What flashback is used in this movie?
Opening attic scene flashes back to Thomas Gates’ carriage ride to see President Jackson.
True or False The resolution of National Treasure would be when Ian is arrested.
What is true?
Ian is a tragic character because of his education, ethnic background, or greed?
What is greed?
Who is THE protagonist in National Treasure?
Who is Benjamin Gates?
True or False? An example of Verbal Irony is when the lady at the gift shop asks Ben, “Are you trying to steal that?”
What is true?
What genre would National Treasure be in?
Action or Drama
A character that stays the same and doesn’t change through out the story is called this.
What is a static character?
Name a dynamic or round character.
Who is Ben, Abigail, or Patrick Gates?
Who is Ben’s Foil?
Who is Ian Howe?
What is Ian’s motivation for finding the treasure?
What is Greed?
What is first in a story? Denouement, falling action, inciting incident, exposition or climax?
What is exposition?
What happens last in a story? Denouement, falling action, inciting incident, exposition or climax?
What is denouement?
What is the conflict in National Treasure?
What is Ben and Ian trying to follow the clues to the treasure?
Name one allusion found in National Treasure.
What is Solomon’s Temple, Matthew Perry, Egyptian pyramids, or Great Wall of China
From what point of view is National Treasure told?
What is 3 rd ?
The sequence of events includes finding Charlotte, stealing the DOI, Ottendorph Cipher, Silence Dogood letters, Liberty bell, glasses, church, catacombs, etc.
What is the plot?
True or False? The Rising Action would include finding the invisible map on the DOI, Liberty Bell, glasses, Wall Street and Parkington Lane?
What is true?
True or False? National Treasure uses a lot of soliloquies to enhance the excitement of the film.
What is false?
Put these in order. turning point, rising action, inciting incident, falling action, exposition, denouement, complication.
What is Exposition, Inciting incident, Rising action, Complication, Turning point, Falling action, Denouement
Plot: Freytag’s Pyramid
Freytag’s Pyramid. What are the parts of a plot? Exposition Background information that sets the scene and gets us ready for the story.
Short Stories English 9 Mrs. K Prescott. A true short-story is something other and something more than a mere story which is short. A true short-story.
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Identifying the Elements of a Plot Diagram Student Notes.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime by Mark Haddon
Stages of Plot Development
Identifying the Elements of A Plot Diagram Student Notes.
Plot Structure Analyzing plot points. Freytag’s Pyramid.
Characters Static Character: Dynamic Character: Flat Character:
Elements of a Story PLOT.
Elements of a Story Every story needs characters People Animals Or Creatures.
Plot Structure Plot is the literary element that describes the structure of a story. A plot diagram is an organizational tool, which is used to map the.
REVIEW. Part I of your test will be over the key terms of this module. Part II will ask you to apply these terms to the short stories you have read.
When someone says one thing but means something completely different
Identifying the Elements of A Plot Diagram. Plot Diagram
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
Plot The sequence of events in a story. Narrative Order Chronological : The events are told in the order they happen. F lashback: author narrates an event.
Fiction Terms. Elements of Fiction Theme: author’s main point, main idea Setting: when and where the story takes place Antagonist: The force or person.
Literary Elements and Devices Plot The action or sequence of events in a story. It is usually a series of related events that build up on one another.
Literary Terms. Setting Time and place in which action is set.
Parts of a Story. Story Map Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action/ Denouement.
Literary Terminology. Characterization Protagonist: The main character.
SHORT STORY TERMS A FOND REVIEW. PLOT DIAGRAM Exposition: background information Inciting Moment: the moment or event that starts the plot moving forward.
Elements of Plot. Plot Diagram PLOT Plot is the sequence of events that make up a story.
Plot Structure. What is plot? Plot is the literary element that describes the structure of a story. It shows the a causal arrangement of events and actions.
Warm Up Please write down the word “replete”.
Elements of Story Review. What makes a good story? Every story, whether truth or fiction contains literary elements. We call these elements of story.
Literary Terms “Charles”. Types of Characters Static Character a character who does not change much during the story Examples: ___________.
Literary Terms. Plot: The sequence of events in a story Exposition Inciting incident Rising action Climax Falling action Resolution.
Literary Terms!. PLOT The sequence of events in a story.
Elements of Fiction Short Story. Setting Definition: time and place of a story It can be used to tell about the characters It can be used to set the atmosphere.
Student Notes Plot is the organized pattern or sequence of events that make up a story. Every plot is made up of a series of incidents that.
Literature Notes Review The problem or struggle in a story Answer: Conflict.
Climax Falling Action Rising Action Resolution Narrative Hook
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho Elements of Fiction.
Elements of A Plot And The Plot Diagram.
ALLUSION A passing reference to historical or fictional characters, places, or events, or to other works that the writer assumes the reader will recognize.
A figure of speech that compares or equates two or more things that have something in common. It does not use like or as. A. SIMILE B. METAPHOR C. RHYTHM.
We will use “When Gertrude Grew Great” as an example.
Jeopardy Short Story Terms Vocabulary IronyConflictPlot Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
the main character, or the one most central to the action of the story.
Character Character- a person, animal, or imaginary creature that takes part in the action of a story Main character- the most important character.
Identifying the Elements of A Plot Diagram
Plot: The most important element. Plot The sequence of events in a story. Without a plot, you have no story. There are five elements.
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