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Background Literature Review Methodology Discussion Findings Conclusions Flip the Report
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You Said It Tell the story of a program, creating emotional connections.
Take the survey (later)
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Your Name Your organization Failing Fast with Focus Groups
Lydia age 7
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You Said It Provide a roadmap of the presentation at the beginning.
Great Ideas Gone Bad
focus group incentives the problem
six word presentation story
Memorable messages are distilled and structured.
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1 2 3 “ I have three things to tell you about focus groups. ”
Top 10 List “ Can I get a drumroll, please… ”
Good Better Best
Storyline 83% of our cases are like Lydia’s “ ”
Aristotle’s 3-part arc setup confrontation resolution
Freytag’s pyramid exposition falling action rising action climax denouement
Duarte’s sparkline what is what could be
20% Bottom Line 50% Explanation Tell them here… what you’ll tell them here.
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Pro Tip Consult with the host. Contact audience members. Prepare based on context.
You Your peers Evaluation field
Craft materials Gift shop trinkets Ribbons Candy Gum Pizza Juice You
Quality, small tangibles Anything edible or plastic Your peers
Find out what’s meaningful Assume junk is okay Evaluation field
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Use ethical focus group incentives.
Your Name Phone Email Twitter Website TIG Business Meeting Your Logo
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10 Differences That Make the Difference
Connect! LIST HERE
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.
Literary Terms “Charles”. Types of Characters Static Character a character who does not change much during the story Examples: ___________.
Plot Basics Most stories follow a 5 part structure that includes: Most stories follow a 5 part structure that includes: Exposition: Where the reader receives.
Book Title Author Student Name Date. Characters MajorMinor.
What is plot? Plot and Freytag’s Pyramid. What is plot? Plot is the literary element that describes the structure of a story/novel. Plot is the series.
Part Three, Fahrenheit 451Barry The plot is the action or sequence of events in a novel, short story, play, or narrative poem. The plot is “what.
Elements of a Short Story. Overview Short stories often contain structural and character elements that should be familiar to you. These elements can be.
Story Elements: What Makes a Good Story?. What elements make a good story? setting protagonist antagonist characterization plot conflict exposition rising.
Think Now… How can a story be like a roller coaster ride?
DO NOW – 11/19/15 Follow the instructions below: 1)Take out your stories. 2)Find a partner for a peer review. 1)Take out your stories. 2)Find a partner.
Short Stories a literary prose piece, usually a narrative, which focuses sharply on one character or event; generally readable in a single sitting.
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.
Climax Falling Action Rising Action Resolution Narrative Hook
ALLUSION A passing reference to historical or fictional characters, places, or events, or to other works that the writer assumes the reader will recognize.
How to Summarize a Short Story. Start your summary with a hook!
ELEMENTS OF A SHORT STORY NOTES. Plot - series of related events that make up a story. Conflict – Any kind of struggle between opposing forces. 1. Man.
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.
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.
Plot Structure 7 th Grade Reading. Freytag’s Pyramid Fr.
Plot Structure Plot is the literary element that describes the structure of a story. It shows the a causal arrangement of events and actions within a story.
Elements of a Story Edited by Mr. Woodmansee for use at Good Shepherd Catholic School.
Plot “What happens?”. Every plot has five parts… Exposition: the start of the story, the situation before the action begins Rising Action: the events.
Literary Term Review Use this powerpoint to complete Literary Term Hand Out.
Elements of Fiction. Fiction Story created from the author’s imagination Tells about character and events.
Digital Key Concepts Management 102 Professor Estenson Chapter 11 Informative Presentations.
Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution 1. Who are the main characters? What are their characteristics? 2. When and where did the story.
Plot is the literary element that describes the structure of a story. It shows the a causal arrangement of events and actions within a story. Plot Structure.
Identifying the Elements of a Plot Diagram Student Notes.
Copyright © 2009 Curt Hill Show a Little Style Curt Hill and Martin Kelly.
Plot Structure Elements Exposition The first part of the plot- the opening of the story where characters, setting, and conflict(s) are introduced.
An illustration of plot development. 1. exposition – the set-up, background.
Plot Structure. What Does “Plot” Mean? 0 PLOT is the literary element that describes the structure of a story. It shows the a causal arrangement of events.
Plot Structure Components of a Typical Storyline.
Elements of a Short Story. OVERVIEW Short stories often contain structural and character elements that should be familiar to you. These elements can be.
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 are learning to: identify these elements in the literature we read. Use these story elements in our own writing to craft more interesting narratives.
Elements of Plot. Plot There are 5 elements of plot that form that form the plot of a story When you hear the word plot, how would you define it?
Elements of a Story Every story needs characters People Animals Or Creatures.
Plot –T–The sequence of events in a literary work –F–Freytag’s Pyramid –a–a diagram of the structure of a five-act tragedy, given by Gustav Freytag.
Essential Literary Terms M. Groome English Language Arts Delta High School Note: I don’t claim that these definitions (or list) are perfect. Please contact.
The Parts of Plot The Parts of Plot What is the exposition of the story? What is the exposition of the story? Where the author introduces the characters.
Elements of a Short Story. OBJECTIVES Identify elements of a short story Define elements of a short story Demonstrate mastery of short story elements.
Reading Strategies Are used by a READER to understand the text.
Instructions Don’t waste time trying to make things pretty. That comes later. Group common elements to make it easy to move things around. Remember to.
In literature text read pp. 2 – 3 and write an outline summarizing the information on the genre shot stories.
Writing a Short Story. Main Elements of a Short Story Setting Characters Theme Plot Point of View.
5 Content Vocabulary Week 3. prime number Math A number that has exactly two factors: 1 and itself (the number) 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, and13 are all prime numbers.
Aim: How does George attack Martha to hurt her the most? Do Now: Does someone have to go to the deep end before they can come to a point of real revelation?
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