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what are the 3 basic parts of a conflict? someone wants something,something stands in the way,or something of value is to be gained or lost.
name 2 types of conflicts. internal and external
what does external mean? external means a conflict that involves a mental or physical struggle.
what does internal mean? Internal means a conflict that involves his/her conscience.
use a sentence that has the word conflict in it. All types of conflicts are external except, for self which is internal.
Give an example of an external conflict in a story that you have read before. character vs. Society
What is plot? Plot is a secret term or scheam to accomplish some purpose.
what is a plot triangle? A 5 part graphic organizer to help you put of the story in order.
What are the 5 plots of a plot triangle? Exposition,Rising action,Climax,Falling action,and resolution.
What is the exposition? The start of the story,the situation before the action starts includes setting.
What is the rising action? The series of conflict and complications in a story that lead to the climax.`
what is the climax? The turning point in the story.
what is the falling action?? All of the action which follows the climax.
What is the resolution? The conclusion, the tying together of all the threads, problems are solved.
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