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Book Title Author
Presenter Slide Students Name Teacher’s Name Class Period Due Date
Author’s Slide Tell us a little about the author. Did they write other books? Do they have another job? Any hobbies? Did they have an inspiration for writing this book?
What Does the Title mean? What significance do you think the book title has and what role does it play in the book if any.
Protagonist The main character in a work, on whom the author focuses most of the narrative attention
Antagonist is a character, group of characters, or institution, that represents the opposition against which the protagonist must contend
Important Characters What are some other important characters that were in this book? What made them important in a sentence.
Conflict of the Story Describe the conflict or conflicts of the story. There may be multiple conflicts. Internal Man vs. Himself External Conflict Man vs. Man Man vs. Environment Man vs. Society
Resolution of the Story
What Would You Change? Are there any aspect of the book would have liked to have seen changed and why.
5 Things You Liked About the Story What are the five things you liked about the story. You will be explaining this during your presentation.
5 Things You Disliked About the Story What are the five things you disliked about the story. You will be explaining this during your presentation.
4 Words That Represent Story and Explain How. Word 1
4 Words That Represent Story and Explain How. Word 2
4 Words That Represent Story and Explain How. Word 3
4 Words That Represent Story and Explain How. Word 4
Three Important Quotes and Explain Why. Quote 1
Three Important Quotes and Explain Why. Quote 2
Three Important Quotes and Explain Why. Quote 3
Three Symbols of the story Symbol 1
Three Symbols of the story Symbol 2
Three Symbols of the story Symbol 3
Personal Connection to Story
Some Sort of Rating of the Book
Book Title Author Student Name Date. Characters MajorMinor.
Story Elements. Five Elements (Ingredients) of Story 1.Character 2.Plot 3.Setting 4.Conflict 5.Theme.
Elements of a Story Climax: Mood: Falling Action Setting:
Protagonist The main character in a work of literature The protagonist is involved in the work’s central conflict.
Do Now: Begin reading, “The Cemetery Path.” Who is the main character?
Dissecting a Story The study of plot. The Plot Diagram Introduction or Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution Plot = The series of.
Elements of Fiction. Fiction Story created from the author’s imagination Tells about character and events.
Elements of a Story Every story needs characters People Animals Or Creatures.
Elements of Fiction Literary Elements – Part II. Plot, Exposition, Complications Plot: A series of related events that make up a story Exposition: The.
1.Character – the people or animals in a story 2.Climax – the highest point of excitement in the story 3.Conflict – the opposing forces in a story 4.Mood.
Dramatic Structure Please title a new page in the “Literary Terms” section of your notebook “Dramatic Structure” and copy all of the following information.
Vocabulary List #1 Woohoo!. Plot Series of related events that make up a story.
Elements of a Story Making a Story Map Every narrative story has certain elements or parts to it that make it, well, a story. These can include: a plot,
Elements of a Short Story. Overview A short story is similar to a good recipe. It needs the best ingredients for you to enjoy it. Elements of a Short.
The Elements of Plot Climax Falling Action Exposition Resolution Rising Action.
Elements of Fiction Quiz
Test Preview Format: Multiple choice Short Answer Essay questions (choose 3 of 6) – Paragraph form – Introductory sentence – Detail sentences, containing.
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