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  • So far we’ve learnt that there are 3 parts to a story\n1. Conflict, 2 Climax and lastly the resolution\nWe talked about Conflict: introducing the central ‘problem of the story’. This is the key problem/issue and creates the tension in the story.\n\nExternal conflict: struggle with an external situation\n- conflict with another character (eg. Quarrels)\n- conflict with society (eg. Law)\n- conflict with nature (eg. Weather)\n- conflict with God. (eg. “why like that?”\nInternal conflict: mental struggle over a certain issue like a personal fear\nObvious external signs of internal conflict: sweaty palms, nervous swinging of legs etc.\n\n
  • Now, conflict is introduced at the beginning of a story and is gradually built up in order to sustain interest... \n
  • Now, conflict is introduced at the beginning of a story and is gradually built up in order to sustain interest... \n
  • Now, conflict is introduced at the beginning of a story and is gradually built up in order to sustain interest... \n
  • Now, conflict is introduced at the beginning of a story and is gradually built up in order to sustain interest... \n
  • Now, conflict is introduced at the beginning of a story and is gradually built up in order to sustain interest... \n
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  • When you look at these posters, what are you feeling? What do you expect to happen in these movies?\n
  • When you look at these posters, what are you feeling? What do you expect to happen in these movies?\n
  • When you look at these posters, what are you feeling? What do you expect to happen in these movies?\n
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  • Why do writers/movie makers employ tension and suspense? How does it make you feel as you watch this trailer?\n- to add excitement to the text\n- to create a sense of anticipation in the reader > keeping him eager to read on.\n
  • Setting: old dilapidated house, bathroom dimly lit, sound effects \nLighting: scenes take place at night\nPerspective: Either Norman or the Lady - eye looking into peephole, sinking car is foreshadowing (Reader’s anticipation of what is going to happen before it actually happens\n), increasing shifts in perspective and suggests something terrible is going to happen\nConflict: External conflict - with the policeman, woman seems to be running away from something but naive and vulnerable, Internal Conflict - Norman Bates’ issue with his mother and in his head about what he wants to do.\n\n
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  • Plotstructure climax

    1. 1. PLOT STRUCTUREPROJECT WHEN THE STORIES GETS MOST INTENSEDATE CLIENT DATE NAME
    2. 2. ConflictKey problem or issuein the storyCreates tensionExternal conflictInternal conflict
    3. 3. ConflictKey problem or issuein the storyCreates tensionExternal conflictInternal conflict
    4. 4. Levels of tension in the plot CLIMAXTENSION TENSION & SUSPENSE RESOLUTION CONFLICT TIME LEVELS OF TENSION IN PLOT
    5. 5. Levels of tension in the plot CLIMAXTENSION TENSION & SUSPENSE RESOLUTION CONFLICT TIME LEVELS OF TENSION IN PLOT
    6. 6. Levels of tension in the plot CLIMAXTENSION TENSION & SUSPENSE RESOLUTION CONFLICT TIME LEVELS OF TENSION IN PLOT
    7. 7. Levels of tension in the plot CLIMAXTENSION TENSION & SUSPENSE RESOLUTION CONFLICT TIME LEVELS OF TENSION IN PLOT
    8. 8. Levels of tension in the plot CLIMAXTENSION TENSION & SUSPENSE RESOLUTION CONFLICT TIME LEVELS OF TENSION IN PLOT
    9. 9. Levels of tension in the plot CLIMAXTENSION TENSION & SUSPENSE RESOLUTION CONFLICT TIME LEVELS OF TENSION IN PLOT
    10. 10. ClimaxThe point at which theconflict has developedto its highest point oftension
    11. 11. Analyzing Tension &Climax Identify the moment of greatest excitement Examine how the writer makes the reader feel excited.
    12. 12. Analyzing TensionTension: element ofexcitement in the textSuspense: readersexpectation of whatwill happen as hereads.
    13. 13. Tension & Suspense
    14. 14. Why is PsychoSuccessful?SettingLightingSound effectsPerspectiveForeshadowingConflict
    15. 15. Lord Of The Rings: Balin’sCaveThink about your feelings as you watch it, atwhich point is your sense of excitement andsuspense the greatest and what are theelements that help you feel that way?Analyze how the producer uses the elements oftension and suspense to create excitement inthis clip.
    16. 16. Analyzing LOTRSettingLightingSound effectsPerspectiveForeshadowingConflict
    17. 17. ForeshadowingWhich area or the textmakes you feel mostexcited?Identify references to inferwhat the author is hintingatExamine changes in settingAnticipate what will happennext.
    18. 18. ApplicationComplete Plot ChartworksheetIdentify a climax ofHeartland/Exercise 14F sofarAnalyze the tension andsuspense createdDiscuss how the writeruses elements of tensionand suspense.

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