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Story Elements

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plot the structure or acton of a story
exposition the introduction of a story where characters and setting is learned, and initiating event occurs
setting the time and place of a story
conflict the problem in the story
climax the turning point or point of most suspense
resolution the ending
rising action the sequence of events that occurs after the initiating event and before the climax
falling action events after the climax where all loose ends are tied up
characters the people, animals, or others that the story is about.
genre a category of literature such as fantasy, mystery, or poetry
fiction stories that are not true
nonfiction true stories
initiating event the starting of the action in a story. This may be the conflict
Created by: APWood