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How to write a story
First you have to….. Decide who the characters are. Who is going to be in the story? What sort of characters are they?
Next consider ….. Where and when your story is going to take place. This is called the setting. Present ? Past? Future?
Time for the Problem…. What is going to happen in your story? What is the main event? What type of story is it?
Include Important Events A summary of what happens in the story. The events in the story This is known as the plot.
Finally ….the Solution How it all ends. The problem is solved. What type of ending? Happy? Sad?
Think about …… Who? Where? When? What? How? Why? These will help you to know …..
I SPY! Linda Adams. Can you spy the main idea? The main idea, The main idea. Can you spy the main idea? The main idea of the story?
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How to write a story.
Conflict and PLOT. Conflict A dispute, struggle, or clash between opposing characters or forces. Conflict is what gives the story energy.
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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.
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