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Moen6BasicStoryEleme

Grade 6 Basic Story Elements

QuestionAnswer
Conflict A clash (battle) between opposing forces (examples: man against man, man against nature, man against himself)
Resolution The conclusion or ending of a story (example: the main character is cured of cancer or wins a fight)
Character Imaginary people (or animals) in a story
Setting Time and location of a story (example: a rainy night in October; 1972; Russia)
Plot Events in a story that lead to conflict and resolution (example: a summary of the most important events in a story)
Point of View The angle (view) a story is told; narrator, using "I" or "we," = first person; "he," "she," or "it," = third person; or "you," = second person (examples first person "I left the house in a cold sweat, unsure of where I was going.")
Main Character The most important character; the person or animal appearing most often
Created by: brammerkm