What is the “setting” of a story?
• Setting helps set the MOOD of

a story.
• It also affects the characters
and their actions.
Time & place of the story
The “backdrop”
Helps create the feeling or atmosphere of the

book.
Real or imaginary.
Ocean

Europe

Cave

Desert

Farm

Glacial

Forest

19th
century

House

Asia

Tropical

School
Inner
city

Small
town
Mag...
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The Setting of a Story

  1. 1. What is the “setting” of a story?
  2. 2. • Setting helps set the MOOD of a story. • It also affects the characters and their actions.
  3. 3. Time & place of the story The “backdrop” Helps create the feeling or atmosphere of the book. Real or imaginary.
  4. 4. Ocean Europe Cave Desert Farm Glacial Forest 19th century House Asia Tropical School Inner city Small town Magical Urban Outer space Island museum
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