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