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define plot
what happens in the story
define conflict
something that goes wrong in the story
what is the rising action
nothing has gone wrong yet in the story
name three different kinds of conflict
man vs nature
man vs himself
man vs other people
what is the climax of a story
the turning point
what is the difference between internal and external conflict
internal - struggle with himself or herself
external - struggle with another character
what is the usual pattern on a plot
exposition
rising action
falling action
resolution
can a story have more than one conflict
yes
what is the resolution
when everything is fixed
define setting
where you are in a story time and place
how does a writer create a belivable
by useing things that relate to us
GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF A SETTING PROVIDING CONFLICT IN A STORY
old man an the sea
setting may include
seasons
what is the difference between natural and man-mad setting
man made is when a person makes it
natural - is like nature
define point of view
a persons view or opinion on something
define omniscient
all knowing
define third person limited
he, she, they, them
what are the disadvantages of first - person pov
you can only use words lik i,me,ours and it has to be about you stuff like that
how can you tell what point of view is used in the story
if it talks in first, second or third person
define characterization
the process of revealing the personality of a character in a story
what is the difference between direct and indirect characterization
direct - when an author tells you every thing about a character

indirect - when an author doesn't tell you everything about the charcter
what are the 5 techniques for developing characters indirectly
physical apperance
speech
other
actions
thoughts
define protagonist
the main character
define antagonist
any problem solving character
what is difference between a flat and a round charatcer
round - a character we know

flat - a character we do not know
how is a static character different than a dynamic character
static - never changes

dynamic - does not change
define theme
the concept of the story
what role does a theme play in a story
horror action