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Storyline and & Plot Elements

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Storyline and & Plot Elements

  1. 1. STORYLINES (PLOTS) Complete Name Course, Section, Subject Date Completed Teacher’s Name University, Country I learn about literary plots, electronic research, and citing references by completing this activity. Your motto here See: Common Genres of Fiction here See: Homework Guide here
  2. 2. PLOT or STORYLINE  Short definition:  Source & hyperlink  In my own words:  My example: 1a
  3. 3. ILLUSTRATION Picture of a plot diagram from the internet. It should fit and fill this space. Select one that is simple, clear, and with portrait orientation. Place your source & hyperlink here. Use APA referencing format. 1b
  4. 4. MY OWN PLOT Create and insert here a drawing of a plot diagram based on your example. Source: Cite your own work, using APA format citation. 1c
  5. 5. RISING ACTION  Short definition:  Source & hyperlink  In my own words:  My example: 2
  6. 6. TURNING POINT  Short definition:  Source & hyperlink  In my own words:  My example: 3
  7. 7. CLIMAX  Short definition:  Source & hyperlink  In my own words:  My example: 4
  8. 8. FALLING ACTION  Short definition:  Source & hyperlink  In my own words:  My example: 5
  9. 9. RESOLUTION  Short definition:  Source & hyperlink  In my own words:  My example: 6
  10. 10. PLOT ELEMENTS: Brain Practice Complete Name Course, Section, Subject Date Completed Teacher’s Name University, Country I personalize my learning about the parts of literary plot by completing this three-part activity. Related Stuff
  11. 11. New concepts learned  What new stuff did you learn when you did this assignment?  Keep it short: this one slide only  Arrange: most meaningful stuff first NEW INPUTS 1
  12. 12. This reminds me of…  Connect the new stuff you learned to events in your own life.  Keep it short: this one slide only  Arrange: most unforgettable events first CONNECTIONS 2
  13. 13. Usefulness in real situations  How can you use what you have learned in some situations in your own life?  Keep it short: this one slide only  Arrange: most emotional situations first APPLICATIONS 3 Note: Tests may include ideas from this source and this source.
  14. 14. Works Cited  List all sources used in this slideshow.  Use the APA format.  10 references per slide  Duplicate this slide for long lists of reference.  This is part is counted as one quiz (not one quiz per slide). REFERENCING 4
  15. 15. SEVEN POINTS 1. Delete the instructions. When you submit your work, only your answers should be seen. 2. Keep it short: this one slide only 3. Short definition: Use direct quotes inside quotation marks. 4. Source: Use APA format 5. Hyperlink: Embed like this Available online 12-12-2015. 6. In my own words: Paraphrase succinctly 7. Example: From your own experience GUIDELINES

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