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Give the definition of Plot
Plot is the intentional sequencing of the movement of a story from beginning to middle to end as the story revolves around a goal, a conflict or series of conflicts and the resolution thereof.
Give the definition of Plot Goal
The Plot Goal is the intended outcome of the story.
Answer, “What are the five questions one can ask to discern the Plot Goal?”
Where is the story going? What tension needs to be resolved in this passage? what is it that is at stake in this passage? From the opening scenes of the story, how would one expect this story to unravel and end? what should the reader expect to be achieved, completed, found or understood?
Give the definition of Plot Conflict(s)
The Plot Conflict(s) is/are the hurdles, obstacles, interruptions, or changes that take place in a story to keep the plot goal from coming to immediate fulfillment.
Answer, “What are five questions one can ask to discern the Plot Conflict(s)?”
What tension needs to be resolved in the passage? What do the characters in question need to overcome to achieve the positive intended outcome of the story? what takes place in this passage that prevents the goal from being achieved immediately? what do the characters in the story fail to overcome and so experience a negative outcome of the story?
Give the definition of Plot Resolution(s)
The Plot Resolution is the outcome(s) of the story and how it/they come about.
Answer, “What are two questions one can ask to discern the Plot Resolution(s)?”
what outcomes were there to the story and how did the outcomes occur
Explain how to state the plot statement?
Character's (goal) "to" (intention) in conflict with (obstacle) is resolved by (resolutions).
Complete the Definition of Subject
1) The subject is the most talked about idea in a P/T; 2) It is the idea in a P/T that unifies all of the other ideas;3) It generally appears near the beginning of a P/T (in order for the rest of the P/T to makes sense.
Complete the Definition of Compliment
The complement is "what the author says about what he is talking about" or the "subject." It is the idea that completes the thought begun by the author in the subject as the flow of the P/T continues to develops.
How to formulate a big idea
the "Big Idea" is the one main idea that most closely expresses the author's intended meaning for the entire P/T portion in one complete sentence. That sentence is made of a subject and a complement.
1 - God's Will in Creation (Decree)
it was God's intention in Creation for the earth to be a place of mediatorial rule, population, and rest for man, as man enjoyed God and respected the limitations toward evil.
2 - God's Permissive Will to Allow Evil (Evil)
God has allowed evil to enter into His creation to accomplish his purposed on the earth.
3 - God's Prescriptive Will to Judge Evil
(Judgment)
In order for God's original purposes to be achieved - to rule over and through man in blessing, evil be restrained and eventually vanquished
4 - God's Prescriptive Will to Deliver Some from the Judgment of Evil (Deliverance)
If God will have subjects over and through which to rule, He must spare some from judgment. These are known as the elect
5 - God's Prescriptive Will to Bless those Delivered from the Judgment of Evil (Blessing)
God has determined to bless those delivered -- the elect -- in line with the original intent in Creation, For man's good, to the glory of God and the joy of man forever.