Types of Characters Include:<br />Protagonist: Main character.<br />Antagonist: Against main character. <br />Foil: Contra...
First Person: one character in the story who can only narrate what he or she is thinking.<br />Third PersonObjective: the ...
Person vs. Person: struggle between two separate people.  <br />Person vs. Nature: struggle between a character and the un...
Verbal Irony: when a character says something, but means something completely different.<br />Situational Irony: when some...
Exposition<br />Rising Action<br />Climax<br />Falling Action<br />Resolution<br />Click to learn more about each element ...
The setting, characters, and conflicts are revealed.<br />The reader is introduced to the main understanding of the story....
Conflicts develop, building suspense and tension for the reader. <br />Conflicts are normally tackled in this stage.<br />
The highest point of anticipation in the story.<br />Main character is confronted with their problem.<br />
After the main conflict is confronted.<br />Anticipation is relieved and story continues diminishing suspense.<br />
Reader understands what has happened.<br />Conflicts are explained.<br />End of the story.<br />The End<br />
English/ Language Arts  Grade 10<br />Genre Study and Literary Analysis <br />Demonstration of Elements of Plot<br />Defi...
Open book and plot structure pictures found at: http://pics.tech4learning.com/<br />All other pictures and images were fou...
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Edu290 Literary Elements

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  2. 2. Types of Characters Include:<br />Protagonist: Main character.<br />Antagonist: Against main character. <br />Foil: Contrasts the protagonist.<br />Flat (static) : Character that does not change.<br />Round: Character that undergoes change <br />
  3. 3. First Person: one character in the story who can only narrate what he or she is thinking.<br />Third PersonObjective: the narrator is not a character and cannot narrate the thoughts of others, but can describe the actions of others.<br />Third Person Limited: an outsider who narrates the thoughts of only one character.<br />Omniscient: an all-knowing outsider who can narrate the thoughts of numerous characters. <br />
  4. 4. Person vs. Person: struggle between two separate people. <br />Person vs. Nature: struggle between a character and the uncontrollable power of nature.<br />Person vs. Society: struggle between a character and the beliefs of the population.<br />Person vs. Self: struggle between a character and their internal thoughts or actions. <br />Click here to see an example of person vs. person conflict<br />
  5. 5. Verbal Irony: when a character says something, but means something completely different.<br />Situational Irony: when something that has happened is the opposite of what is anticipated.<br />Dramatic Irony: when the audience knows more than the characters do.<br />Click here to learn about more examples of irony<br />
  6. 6. Exposition<br />Rising Action<br />Climax<br />Falling Action<br />Resolution<br />Click to learn more about each element of plot<br />
  7. 7. The setting, characters, and conflicts are revealed.<br />The reader is introduced to the main understanding of the story. <br />
  8. 8. Conflicts develop, building suspense and tension for the reader. <br />Conflicts are normally tackled in this stage.<br />
  9. 9. The highest point of anticipation in the story.<br />Main character is confronted with their problem.<br />
  10. 10. After the main conflict is confronted.<br />Anticipation is relieved and story continues diminishing suspense.<br />
  11. 11. Reader understands what has happened.<br />Conflicts are explained.<br />End of the story.<br />The End<br />
  12. 12. English/ Language Arts  Grade 10<br />Genre Study and Literary Analysis <br />Demonstration of Elements of Plot<br />Definitions of Literary Elements <br />Definitions of Literary Devices<br />
  13. 13. Open book and plot structure pictures found at: http://pics.tech4learning.com/<br />All other pictures and images were found through Powerpoint Clipart.<br />Sounds were found at http://www.stonewashed.net/sfx.html<br />Texts were generated throughhttp://www.flamingtext.com/<br />Videos were found through http://www.youtube.com/<br />

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