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Plot Structure
Plot Structure
Plot Structure
Plot Structure
Plot Structure
Plot Structure
Plot Structure
Plot Structure
Plot Structure
Plot Structure
Plot Structure
Plot Structure
Plot Structure
Plot Structure
Plot Structure
Plot Structure
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Plot Structure
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Plot Structure

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This presentation can be used to teach plot structure.

This presentation can be used to teach plot structure.

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  • 1. Plot Structure<br />
  • 2. What Is PLOT?<br />Plot is the order of events in a story or any other type or narrative<br />
  • 3. Exposition<br />Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS<br />CHARACTERS<br />Exposition<br />
  • 4. Exposition<br />Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS<br />CHARACTERS<br />Exposition<br />
  • 5. Exposition<br />Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS<br />CHARACTERS<br />Exposition<br />
  • 6. Exposition<br />Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS<br />CHARACTERS<br />and<br />SETTING<br />Exposition<br />
  • 7. Exposition<br />Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS<br />CHARACTERS<br />and<br />SETTING<br />Exposition<br />
  • 8. Exposition<br />Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS<br />CHARACTERS<br />and<br />SETTING<br />Exposition<br />
  • 9. Exposition<br />Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS<br />CHARACTERS<br />and<br />SETTING<br />Exposition<br />
  • 10. Exposition<br />Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS<br />CHARACTERS<br />and<br />SETTING<br />Exposition<br />
  • 11. Conflict<br />The point the PLOT where the <br />character or characters face a PROBLEM<br />Exposition<br />Conflict<br />
  • 12. Rising Action<br />The central part of a story during which various problems arise, leading up to the climax.<br />Rising Action<br />Exposition<br />Conflict<br />
  • 13. Rising Action<br />The central part of a story during which various problems arise, leading up to the climax.<br />Rising Action<br />Exposition<br />Conflict<br />
  • 14. Rising Action<br />The central part of a story during which various problems arise, leading up to the climax.<br />Rising Action<br />Exposition<br />Conflict<br />
  • 15. Climax<br />The high point of the story, where a culmination of events create the peak of the conflict. <br />Climax<br />Rising Action<br />Exposition<br />Conflict<br />
  • 16. Falling Action<br />This part of the story shows the result of the climax, and its effects on the characters, setting and proceeding events<br />Climax<br />Falling Action<br />Rising Action<br />Exposition<br />Conflict<br />
  • 17. Resolution<br />This part of the story consists of a series of events that follow the climax, and serves as the conclusion of the story<br />Climax<br />Falling Action<br />Rising Action<br />Exposition<br />Conflict<br />
  • 18. Dénouement<br />This part of the story consists of a series of events that follow the climax, and serves as the conclusion of the story<br />Climax<br />Falling Action<br />Rising Action<br />Resolution or <br />Dénouement<br />(“to untie”)<br />Exposition<br />Conflict<br />
  • 19. Dénouement<br />This part of the story consists of a series of events that follow the climax, and serves as the conclusion of the story<br />Climax<br />Falling Action<br />Rising Action<br />Resolution or <br />Dénouement<br />(“to untie”)<br />Exposition<br />Conflict<br />
  • 20. Dénouement<br />This part of the story consists of a series of events that follow the climax, and serves as the conclusion of the story<br />Climax<br />Falling Action<br />Rising Action<br />Resolution or <br />Dénouement<br />(“to untie”)<br />Exposition<br />Conflict<br />
  • 21. THE END!<br />

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