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This lesson reviews plot terms and how to identify the climax of a story. Students will use "Scout's Honor" to analyze plot.

This lesson reviews plot terms and how to identify the climax of a story. Students will use "Scout's Honor" to analyze plot.

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  • 1. Plot Objectives: Students will be able to identify the elements of plot and apply them when reading a story. Key Terms: Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution
  • 2. Objectives: Students will be able to identify the elements of plot and apply them when reading a story. Read pages 22-24 in your text book. Define the following terms in your reader’s notebook: – Plot – Exposition – Rising Action – Climax – Falling Action – Resolution
  • 3. Plot The sequence of events that make up a story. Exposition Introduces the: conflict, characters, and setting of the story. The Beginning. Rising Action When the conflict grows and the energy builds. The events in the story that lead to the climax. Climax The point in the story when the protagonist and the antagonist clash and are forever changed because of it. Falling Action The conflict is resolved and the events of the climax are presented. Resolution Wraps up loose ends, and the final outcome of the story.
  • 4. Objectives: Students will be able to identify the elements of plot and apply them when reading a story.
  • 5. Objectives: Students will be able to identify the elements of plot and apply them when reading a story. As you listen to the short story “Scout’s Honor” (pg 53) by Avi, complete the plot chart with the information from the text.
  • 6. Review • How do you find the climax of a story? • What are the elements of the exposition? • How are the falling action and the resolution different?

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