200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 PLOT CHARACTER SETTING...
The part of plot structure where we are introduced to information about the setting, characters, initial problems, conflic...
Exposition
Ralph’s decision to make Jack leader of the choir is an example of this stage of the plot.
Inciting Incident
These are the significant events between the inciting incident and the crisis.
Rising Action
The protagonist experiences a positive or negative consequence at this stage of the plot structure.
Climax
This is the stage of plot when all of the significant problems and conflicts are resolved or we are led to believe they wi...
Resolution
The first 2 characters we meet.
Ralph and Piggy
He had asthma as a child.
Piggy.
Merridew’s first name.
Jack.
The Twins.
Sam and Eric.
He finds an isolated and beautiful part of the jungle to hide and relax.
Simon.
The name of the jungle clearing caused by the plane crash.
The Scar.
These 3 boys go for a walk and learn that they are on an island.
Ralph, Jack, and Simon.
What indication in Chapter 1 suggests that the story takes place  near the end of World War 2?
Piggy makes reference to the Atom Bomb.
How the boys confirm that they are, indeed, on an island.
They go up to the top of the mountain and see water all around.
The 3 aspects of setting.
Time, Place, Atmosphere.
An example of this conflict is when Ralph hesitates before leaving Piggy to follow the rest of the boys up the mountain.
Human versus the self.
An example of this conflict type is when Jack slaps Piggy on the back of the head.
Human versus Human.
An example of this conflcit type is when the boys can’t figure out how to start a fire.
Human versus Technology.
An example of this conflict type is when the little boy with the mulberry-coloured birthmark is afraid because he thinks h...
Human versus Nature
The 3 aspects of  the  Human versus Society Conflict.
Human versus Family Human versus Religion Human versus Law
The name of the shell used to call meetings and determine who can speak.
Conch.
Jack does this to hide from the pig.
He paints his face.
The reason Ralph is upset that the fire went out.
He saw a passing ship that could have seen the smoke from the fire and rescued them.
Jack uses these two substances to paint his face.
Clay and charcoal.
THE  DAILY  DOUBLE
The chant the boys use as they dance and sing after eating the pig.
Kill the Pig.  Cut her throat.  Bash her in.
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  1. 1. 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 PLOT CHARACTER SETTING CONFLICTS MYSTERY 100
  2. 2. The part of plot structure where we are introduced to information about the setting, characters, initial problems, conflicts, or themes.
  3. 3. Exposition
  4. 4. Ralph’s decision to make Jack leader of the choir is an example of this stage of the plot.
  5. 5. Inciting Incident
  6. 6. These are the significant events between the inciting incident and the crisis.
  7. 7. Rising Action
  8. 8. The protagonist experiences a positive or negative consequence at this stage of the plot structure.
  9. 9. Climax
  10. 10. This is the stage of plot when all of the significant problems and conflicts are resolved or we are led to believe they will be resolved in the future.
  11. 11. Resolution
  12. 12. The first 2 characters we meet.
  13. 13. Ralph and Piggy
  14. 14. He had asthma as a child.
  15. 15. Piggy.
  16. 16. Merridew’s first name.
  17. 17. Jack.
  18. 18. The Twins.
  19. 19. Sam and Eric.
  20. 20. He finds an isolated and beautiful part of the jungle to hide and relax.
  21. 21. Simon.
  22. 22. The name of the jungle clearing caused by the plane crash.
  23. 23. The Scar.
  24. 24. These 3 boys go for a walk and learn that they are on an island.
  25. 25. Ralph, Jack, and Simon.
  26. 26. What indication in Chapter 1 suggests that the story takes place near the end of World War 2?
  27. 27. Piggy makes reference to the Atom Bomb.
  28. 28. How the boys confirm that they are, indeed, on an island.
  29. 29. They go up to the top of the mountain and see water all around.
  30. 30. The 3 aspects of setting.
  31. 31. Time, Place, Atmosphere.
  32. 32. An example of this conflict is when Ralph hesitates before leaving Piggy to follow the rest of the boys up the mountain.
  33. 33. Human versus the self.
  34. 34. An example of this conflict type is when Jack slaps Piggy on the back of the head.
  35. 35. Human versus Human.
  36. 36. An example of this conflcit type is when the boys can’t figure out how to start a fire.
  37. 37. Human versus Technology.
  38. 38. An example of this conflict type is when the little boy with the mulberry-coloured birthmark is afraid because he thinks he saw a snake thing.
  39. 39. Human versus Nature
  40. 40. The 3 aspects of the Human versus Society Conflict.
  41. 41. Human versus Family Human versus Religion Human versus Law
  42. 42. The name of the shell used to call meetings and determine who can speak.
  43. 43. Conch.
  44. 44. Jack does this to hide from the pig.
  45. 45. He paints his face.
  46. 46. The reason Ralph is upset that the fire went out.
  47. 47. He saw a passing ship that could have seen the smoke from the fire and rescued them.
  48. 48. Jack uses these two substances to paint his face.
  49. 49. Clay and charcoal.
  50. 50. THE DAILY DOUBLE
  51. 51. The chant the boys use as they dance and sing after eating the pig.
  52. 52. Kill the Pig. Cut her throat. Bash her in.

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