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  • Plot Structure
  • What Is PLOT?
    Plot is the order of events in a story or any other type or narrative
  • Exposition
    Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS
    CHARACTERS
    Exposition
  • Exposition
    Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS
    CHARACTERS
    Exposition
  • Exposition
    Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS
    CHARACTERS
    Exposition
  • Exposition
    Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS
    CHARACTERS
    and
    SETTING
    Exposition
  • Exposition
    Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS
    CHARACTERS
    and
    SETTING
    Exposition
  • Exposition
    Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS
    CHARACTERS
    and
    SETTING
    Exposition
  • Exposition
    Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS
    CHARACTERS
    and
    SETTING
    Exposition
  • Exposition
    Beginning of the plot where the reader discovers the story’s SETTING and CHARACTERS
    CHARACTERS
    and
    SETTING
    Exposition
  • Conflict
    The point the PLOT where the
    character or characters face a PROBLEM
    Exposition
    Conflict
  • Rising Action
    The central part of a story during which various problems arise, leading up to the climax.
    Rising Action
    Exposition
    Conflict
  • Rising Action
    The central part of a story during which various problems arise, leading up to the climax.
    Rising Action
    Exposition
    Conflict
  • Rising Action
    The central part of a story during which various problems arise, leading up to the climax.
    Rising Action
    Exposition
    Conflict
  • Climax
    The high point of the story, where a culmination of events create the peak of the conflict.
    Climax
    Rising Action
    Exposition
    Conflict
  • Falling Action
    This part of the story shows the result of the climax, and its effects on the characters, setting and proceeding events
    Climax
    Falling Action
    Rising Action
    Exposition
    Conflict
  • Resolution
    This part of the story consists of a series of events that follow the climax, and serves as the conclusion of the story
    Climax
    Falling Action
    Rising Action
    Exposition
    Conflict
  • Dénouement
    This part of the story consists of a series of events that follow the climax, and serves as the conclusion of the story
    Climax
    Falling Action
    Rising Action
    Resolution or
    Dénouement
    (“to untie”)
    Exposition
    Conflict
  • Dénouement
    This part of the story consists of a series of events that follow the climax, and serves as the conclusion of the story
    Climax
    Falling Action
    Rising Action
    Resolution or
    Dénouement
    (“to untie”)
    Exposition
    Conflict
  • Dénouement
    This part of the story consists of a series of events that follow the climax, and serves as the conclusion of the story
    Climax
    Falling Action
    Rising Action
    Resolution or
    Dénouement
    (“to untie”)
    Exposition
    Conflict
  • THE END!