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Elements of narrative stories<br />
Elements of stories <br />Setting<br />Plot<br />Conflict<br />Character<br />Theme<br />Point of View<br />Imagery<br />
Setting<br />Time<br />	- Past<br />	- Present<br />	- Future<br />Place<br />	- School<br />	- A Castle<br />	- Bedroom<b...
Plot<br />The structure of a story.<br />	- How the author arranges events.<br />Plot Includes:<br />Rising Action <br />C...
conflict<br />
Conflict continued<br />
character<br />Protagonist<br />	- Central Character<br />	- Usually hero/heroine<br />Antagonist<br />	- Another main cha...
theme<br />The underlying central idea of a story. <br />May be clearly stated or implied.<br />To help find the theme of ...
Point of view<br />First Person<br />	- Narrator is a character<br />	- Uses I, me, my, mine<br />Third Person Objective<b...
Point of view continued<br />Third Person Limited<br />	- Narrator is NOT a character<br />	- Uses he, his, she, it, they<...
Imagery<br />Descriptions of people or objects stated in terms of our senses. <br />Taste, Smell, Hear, Sight, Touch<br />...
Testing your skills<br />Interactive Story<br />
Creating your own narrative story<br />Come up with an idea<br />Map your thoughts<br />Write a rough draft<br />Revise<br...
Mapping your thoughts<br />
References<br />Clip Art from Microsoft<br />Steele, Kimberly. &quot;Literary Elements Advance Organizer.&quot; June 1997....
Good luck!<br />
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  1. 1. Elements of narrative stories<br />
  2. 2. Elements of stories <br />Setting<br />Plot<br />Conflict<br />Character<br />Theme<br />Point of View<br />Imagery<br />
  3. 3.
  4. 4. Setting<br />Time<br /> - Past<br /> - Present<br /> - Future<br />Place<br /> - School<br /> - A Castle<br /> - Bedroom<br />What is our current setting?<br />
  5. 5. Plot<br />The structure of a story.<br /> - How the author arranges events.<br />Plot Includes:<br />Rising Action <br />Climax<br />Falling Action<br />Resolution<br />
  6. 6.
  7. 7. conflict<br />
  8. 8. Conflict continued<br />
  9. 9. character<br />Protagonist<br /> - Central Character<br /> - Usually hero/heroine<br />Antagonist<br /> - Another main character<br /> - Usually villain<br />Foil<br /> - Secondary or minor character<br />Characters CAN change!<br />
  10. 10. theme<br />The underlying central idea of a story. <br />May be clearly stated or implied.<br />To help find the theme of a story, ask yourself:<br />What does the main character learn?<br />
  11. 11. Point of view<br />First Person<br /> - Narrator is a character<br /> - Uses I, me, my, mine<br />Third Person Objective<br /> - Narrator is NOT a character<br /> - Uses he, his, she, it, they<br /> - Narrator is an outsider who can only report what he or she sees and hears.<br />
  12. 12. Point of view continued<br />Third Person Limited<br /> - Narrator is NOT a character<br /> - Uses he, his, she, it, they<br /> - Narrator is an outsider who sees into the mind of one of the characters.<br />Omniscient<br /> - Narrator is al all-knowing outsider who can enter the minds of one or more characters.<br />
  13. 13. Imagery<br />Descriptions of people or objects stated in terms of our senses. <br />Taste, Smell, Hear, Sight, Touch<br />It is the “mental picture” the readers experience. <br />
  14. 14. Testing your skills<br />Interactive Story<br />
  15. 15. Creating your own narrative story<br />Come up with an idea<br />Map your thoughts<br />Write a rough draft<br />Revise<br />Write a final copy<br />
  16. 16. Mapping your thoughts<br />
  17. 17. References<br />Clip Art from Microsoft<br />Steele, Kimberly. &quot;Literary Elements Advance Organizer.&quot; June 1997. File last modified on 14 Nov. 2007. PDF file. <br />Scholastic. &quot;Plot Diagram.&quot; 1996. File last modified on 2009. PDF file. <br />Steele, Kimberly. &quot;Conflict.&quot; June 1997. File last modified on 14 Nov. 2007. PDF file.<br />Shaner, Evan. &quot;Batman and Villains.&quot; 30 Apr. 2008. File last modified on 1 Apr. 2009. JPG file. <br />
  18. 18. Good luck!<br />
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