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  • Elements of fiction

    1. 1. 10
literary
termsELEMENTS
OF
FICTION
    2. 2. Essential
Question What
are
the
pieces
that
make
up
a
fictional
 story?  All
fiction
contains
these
10
elements.
    3. 3. Today
we
will…. define
the
10
literary
terms
that
make
up
 fiction. provide
an
example
of
each
of
these
terms. create
2
column
notes
with
the
element,
 definition,
and
example
of
each
word.
    4. 4. Protagonist The
protagonist
is
the
main
character
in
a
 story.

Often
this
person
is
referred
to
as
the
 “good
guy.”
    5. 5. Monsters
Inc. The
protagonists
from
 Monsters
Inc.
are
Sulley
 and
Mike
Wazowski.
    6. 6. Antagonist The
antagonist
is
the
person
or
thing
that
 works
against
the
protagonist.

This
is
often
 the
“bad
guy”
or
“bad
thing.”
    7. 7. Monsters
Inc. The
antagonist
in
the
 movie
is
Randall
Boggs.
    8. 8. Conflict The
conflict
is
the
problem
or
struggle
the
 protagonist
faces.
    9. 9. Monsters
Inc. The
conflict
in
the
 movie
is
that
Boo
has
 come
through
to
the
 monster
world
and
 Mike
and
Sulley
are
not
 able
to
easily
get
her
 back
to
the
human
 world.
    10. 10. Resolution The
resolution
is
the
solution
to
the
conflict.
    11. 11. Monsters
Inc The
resolution
in
the
 movie
is
that
Sully
and
 Mike
have
to
fight
off
 Randall,
Mr.
 Waternoose,
and
some
 bad
luck
to
save
Boo.
    12. 12. Plot The
plot
is
the
events
that
occur
in
the
story.
    13. 13. Monsters
Inc Mike
and
Sulley
are
monsters
that
generate
 power
for
Monstropolis
by
capturing
the
 scared
screams
of
children
(Somebody). By
accident,
a
small
child
gets
through
their
 defenses
and

is
in
their
city.

They
need
to
find
 a
way
to
get
her
back
home
(Wanted).
    14. 14. Monsters
Inc Randall
Boggs
and
Mr.
Waternoose
want
to
 keep
Boo
in
Monstropolis
because
they
think
 they
need
her
screams
(But). Mike
and
Sulley
stand
up
for
what
they
believe
 in
and
they
fight
to
get
Boo
home
(So). 14
    15. 15. Setting The
setting
is
when
and
where
the
story
takes
 place.
    16. 16. Monsters
Inc The
setting
for
 Monsters
Inc.
is
 Monstropolis.

There
is
 no
definite
time
of
the
 story.
    17. 17. Climax The
climax
is
the
most
exciting
part
of
the
 story.
    18. 18. Monsters
Inc The
climax
of
Monsters
 Inc.
is
when
Mike
and
 Sulley
are
running
 through
the
power
 plant
trying
to
find
the
 right
door
to
send
Boo
 back
home.
    19. 19. Theme The
theme
is
the
moral
or
the
lesson
the
 author
is
trying
to
tell
you.
    20. 20. Monsters
Inc The
theme
in
Monsters
Inc
is
that
you
can’t
be
 afraid
of
what
you
don’t
know.

When

you
get
 to
know
someone,
you
see
around
the
 differences
they
may
have.
    21. 21. Mood The
mood
is
the
feeling
the
story
gives
you.
    22. 22. Monsters
Inc The
mood
of
Monsters
 Inc.
changes
as
the
story
 continues.

At
first
we
are
 sad
for
the
scared
 children,
then
we
are
 worried
about
Boo,
then
 we
are
angry
with
 Randall,
finally
we
are
 happy
when
Boo
gets
 home.
    23. 23. Narrator The
narrator
is
the
person
who
is
telling
the
 story.

 It
can
be
a
character
in
the
story
or
it
can
be
an
 unspecified
person
who
is
able
to
see
 everything
and
hear
everything.
    24. 24. Monsters
Inc There
is
no
specific
narrator
in
the
movie.

We
 are
only
able
to
hear
what
the
characters
say,
 not
what
they
think.
    25. 25. Twilight An
example
of
a
 narrator
in
a
story
is
 Twilight.

The
entire
 story
is
told
through
 Bella
(the
main
 character).

    26. 26. Closing
ActivityMatching
worksheet...
use
your
notes!
    27. 27. Homework Tonight
for
homework
I
would
like
you
to
 think
of
the
book
you
read
for
the
summer,
 Rules.

Complete
the
homework
chart
by
 filling
in
the
title
of
the
book
you
are
using.

 Then
fill
in
each
section
of
the
worksheet

 using
that
book
as
the
example.
    28. 28. Today
we… learned
10
new
literary
terms. reviewed
examples
of
each
term. created
2
column
notes
for
each
literary
term,
 definition,
and
example.

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