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School Story L16

Story Structure: School Story L16

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Character: Who are the main people in the story? What do they do? Natalie Nelson aka Cassandra Day author of "The Cheater"; Zoe aka ZeZe Reisman friend and publicity agent for Natalie; Hannah Nelson Natalie's mom and book editor; Mrs. Clayton teacher
Setting: Where does the story take place? When does the story take place? school and the offices of Shipley Junior Books Publishing; present day
Genre of the story Realistic fiction-a story that could happen but did not; the characters and plot events are ones that you might experience
Conflict/Problem: Who has the problem? What is the problem? Why is that a problem? Natalie wrote a book but wants to keep her identify a secret because her mother is the editor for the company publishing the book and she doesn't want special treatment or her mother to know she is the author.
Resoulution/Solution: Who solves the conflict? What is the solution? Can you explain the cause and effect? Zoe tricks Natalie into attending a publicity party for the book so that her identity is not a secret. Hannah, Natalie's mom and editor, find out her secret but isn't upset.
Plot: Explain the important sequence of events in the story. Remember to tell the problem, the events leading to the solution, and what the character's motives and actions are. Plot Event 1 Natalie writes a book but keeps it a secret from her mom because she's the editor of the book and Natalie doesn't want special treatment. Natalie and her mom work together to make the book better.
Plot: Explain the important sequence of events in the story. Remember to tell the problem, the events leading to the solution, and what the character's motives and actions are. Plot Event 2 Zoe help Natalie keep it a secret by writing it over for her left-handed to send to Hannah, Natalie's mom and editor.
Plot: Explain the important sequence of events in the story. Remember to tell the problem, the events leading to the solution, and what the character's motives and actions are. Plot Event 3 The book is ready and gets good reviews but isn't selling good, so Zoe gets Hannah to throw a publicity party for the book.
Plot: Explain the important sequence of events in the story. Remember to tell the problem, the events leading to the solution, and what the character's motives and actions are. Plot Event 4 Hannah is nervous about the party but gives it anyway and Zoe tricks Natalie to going by getting her to give a tour of the publishing company, where her mom works.
Plot: Explain the important sequence of events in the story. Remember to tell the problem, the events leading to the solution, and what the character's motives and actions are. Plot Event 5 Zoe, Natalie, and Mrs. Clayton go to the publishing offices and upstairs to the party. Hannah realizes Natalie is the author Cassandra Day when they show up to the publication party.
Plot: Explain the important sequence of events in the story. Remember to tell the problem, the events leading to the solution, and what the character's motives and actions are. Plot Event 6 Natalie's mom is shocked, but happy and proud of Natalie.
Created by: jbenandi
 

 



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