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  • 1. Identifying theElements of APlot Diagram
  • 2. Plot Diagram21345
  • 3. Plot (definition)• Plot is the organizedpattern or sequenceof events that makeup a story. Everyplot is made up of aseries of incidentsthat are related toone another.
  • 4. 1. Problem• This usually occurs at the beginning of a narrativeor story. Here the characters are introduced. Wealso learn about the setting of the story. Mostimportantly, we are introduced to the main conflict(main problem).
  • 5. 2. Rising Action• This part of the story begins to develop theconflict(s). A building of interest or suspenseoccurs. This is also where events 1, 2, and 3 areintroduced in 3 paragraphs.
  • 6. 3. Climax• This is the turning point of the story.Usually the main character comes faceto face with a conflict. The maincharacter will change in some way.
  • 7. 4. Solution to the Problem• All loose endsof the plot aretied up. Theconflict(s) andclimax aretaken care ofand solved.
  • 8. 5. Conclusion• The storycomes to areasonableending.
  • 9. Putting It All Together1. Problem2. Rising Action (Events 1, 2, and 3)3. Climax4. Solution to the Problem5. ConclusionBeginning ofStoryMiddle of StoryEnd of Story
  • 10. Putting It All Together1. Problem2. Rising Action (Events 1, 2, and 3)3. Climax4. Solution to the Problem5. ConclusionBeginning ofStoryMiddle of StoryEnd of Story

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