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ELA Quarterly Exam - Test Mon. October 29, 2015

Flashback To think of something that happened in the past.
Foreshadow Something that will happen in the future. Hints of what will happen next
Parts of Plot Exposition, Rising, Action, Climax, Falling, Action/Resolution
Exposition the first stage of the story where we find out who the characters are and what happened.
Rising the second stage of the story where you find out what happened or what the conflict will be.
Action what the story is about or the main event
Climax The most interesting part of the story
Falling what happens after the climax or most interesting part of the story
Action/Resolution how the story ends
External Conflict Person vs person; Person vs nature; Person vs Scoiety
Internal Conflict Person vs self
External Conflict A character struggles against an outside force
Internal Conflict A character struggles against something in their mind. Try to make a decision what to do.
Plot What happens in the story
setting time and place when story occurs
Parts of a story Beginning, Middle, End
Beginning Grabs the readers attention, introduces the experience, including the people and place involved.
Middle Describes the experience with details and dialogue. It also shows importance oft the incident.
End Tells the outcome of the experience. Presents the writer's feeling about the experience.
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