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Theme The author’s message or reason for writing the story.
Setting Where and when the story took place
Plot The outline of events in a story
Protagonist The hero of the story
Antagonist Usually the villain (or bad person) in the story.
Dynamic Character Character who grows or changes through out the story
Static Character Character who stays the same throughout the story
Flat Character Character with just one trait
Round Character Character with many different traits
Conflict What the character desires and what prevents he/she from getting it.
Internal Conflict The conflict is in the main character who is fighting between two emotions or desires
Rising Action Everything that happens before the Climax; the buildup of the story.
Climax The turning point in the story
Falling Action Everything that happens after the climax.
Resolution How the conflict is solved
Exposition The beginning of the story that explains what is happening
Foreshadowing Clues that suggest events that haven’t happened yet
Symbol Anything that stands for or represents something else
1st Person Narrator The story is told from the character’s point of view
3rd Person Narrator who is outside telling the story
English 11 Adapted from The setting is the place where the story takes place. It includes the following: The geographical location.
Elements of a Short Story Mrs. Smith – English 9A.
Plot Notes 7 th Grade ELA. Plot Diagram ExpositionResolution Rising Action Falling Action Climax.
Elements of Narrative Text
Short Story Unit Notes.
Literary terms for short story unit. Setting: The setting is the place where the story takes place. Geographical location Time period Specific room or.
Story Elements: What Makes a Good Story?. What elements make a good story? setting protagonist antagonist characterization plot conflict exposition rising.
Plot: The most important element. Plot The sequence of events in a story. Without a plot, you have no story. There are five elements.
Short Story Literary Elements. What is a short story? A short story is a brief work of fiction.
Elements of Fiction The Basics. 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.
Narrative Text Once upon a time…. Narrative Text Writing that Tells a Story Contains… – Plot – Character – Setting – Point of View – Theme Structure –
Narrative Fiction: EOC Vocabulary. 1. Narrative Fiction Writing that tells a story. Writing drawn from the author’s imagination (not real). Two types:
Literary Terms. Plot The series of events that make up a story.
Literary Terms Notes Get Happy! Get Excited! Fun! Fun! Fun! It’s Time for… Here it comes… Woooo-hoooo! yippy! Oh…the suspense…
Elements of Fiction. setting The time, place, and atmosphere of a story including… geographical location (London, Texas, the Caribbean, etc.) time period.
Literary Terms. Parts of a Short Story Exposition: Presents the characters and the situation Rising Action: Building up the drama with plot parts.
Short Story Elements and Terms. A short story is … a brief fictional narrative in prose Sometimes only a few pages in length!
Teaching Plot Structure Through Short Stories
Antagonist. Challenges the protagonist Character Traits.
Warm-Up Write a 5 sentence story that follows proper plot structure. Sentence 1: Exposition Sentence 2: Rising Action Sentence 3: Climax Sentence 4: Falling.
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