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1 st quarter
Include your underlined title with proper punctuation. Followed by the author and a brief summary of the author’s life.
This recommendation should identify a good audience for this book (who will enjoy it). This should be like a teaser that is not a summary, but will make your classmates want to read.
The summary should introduce the main points in the plot. What happened in the rising action, climax and resolution?
What is the universal message that the author wants the reader to take away from the story?
Draw an illustration of a scene from you story. Please do your best. Though shading is used instead of color in the example, please us color (markers, colored pencil, crayon, etc).
Identify the major characters, setting, conflict, solution, and resolution
Story Structure of [Add the Title of Your Book] By: [Add the Author’s Name] [Add your name here]
WHAT IS IT? Compiled by Ann Lindsay. ELEMENTS OF PLOT CONFLICT RISING ACTION CLIMAX RESOLUTION.
STORY TITLE GOES HERE Author (if applicable) Add at least one picture Name Date, Period STORYBOARD M. Denmon-Carra 1English Language Arts.
Climax Falling Action Rising Action Resolution Narrative Hook
What does the title suggest about the novel? What does the picture tell us about the novel? What do you think the novel is about?
Short Stories Unit.
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.
Literary Elements in “The Necklace”
Elements of a Short Story. Overview Short stories often contain structural and character elements that should be familiar to you. These elements can be.
AIS East presents Reading Fair All projects must contain the following elements: 1.Title 2.Author 3.Publisher and publication date 4.Main Character(s)
Hook your audience! Read a quote from the book, ask a question of your audience, introduce the main character, vividly set the scene, or do a combination.
Plot Plot Diagram. Exposition Setting ( Time and Place) Characters are introduced.
Book Title Author Student Name Date. Characters MajorMinor.
2 nd quarter project. Choose a book that you read and took an AR test on during the first quarter or that you will be taking a test on before this assignment.
Elements of a Short Story. Setting Time Place Surrounding ideas, customs, values, and beliefs.
2 nd quarter Due Nov. 13 th * you must have your completed cube report and rubric at the beginning of class *
Plot Structure Analyzing plot points. Freytag’s Pyramid.
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