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Storyline and Plot

Storyline and Plot

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Storyline and Plot

  1. 1. STORYLINES (PLOTS) ATHING, Ana Jamema M. BSMT2C- World Literature Thursday, July 9, 2015 Mr. Jaime Cabrera Centro Escolar University, Philippines I learn about literary plots, electronic research, and citing references by completing this activity. Nothing worth having comes easy. See: Common Genres of Fiction here See: Homework Guide here
  2. 2. PLOT or STORYLINE The main events of a play, novel, movie, or similar work, devised and presented by the writer as an interrelated sequence.  https://www.google.com.ph/#q=definition+of+plot It is where the events of a story are narrated After my high school graduation, things have been a roller coaster ride. I’ve had many ups and downs in my first year in college, but gladly, I was able to surpass them. 1a
  3. 3. ILLUSTRATION1b
  4. 4. MY OWN PLOT1c
  5. 5. RISING ACTION Is the part of the plot where obstacles stand in the way of the protagonist achieving his goal. http://study.com/academy/lesson/r ising-action-in-a-story-definition- examples-quiz.html It is where the most exciting part of a story happens I was alone walking home when a stranger blocked my way and took my phone. 2
  6. 6. TURNING POINT  Are the story events, either plot or character related, that mark where the story “turns” in a new direction. The new direction is usually caused by a choice or dilemma faced by the characters— a big choice or dilemma.  http://jamigold.com/2014/02/what-makes-a-story- event-a-turning-point/  It is where a new chapter or event takes place in a story- the story changes.  It was during my college application days that I had to make a really wise decision between choosing my future career- either medical technology or journalism. 3
  7. 7. CLIMAX A decisive moment that is of maximum intensity or is a major turning point in a plot. http://dictionary.reference.com/brows e/climax It is where the big change in a story happens and without it the story has no sense. During my odd days in home, I had a serious fight with my mother and we did not talk for almost 2 weeks. 4
  8. 8. FALLING ACTION The part of a literary plot that occurs aft er the climax has been reached and the conflict has been resolved. http://dictionary.reference.com/brows e/falling%20action%20?s=t It is where the conflict of a plot or storyline is resolved. Ramadhan last year, my sister got lost after praying and my whole family was worried. My Auntie called us saying that she found my sister. 5
  9. 9. RESOLUTION Ties up all loose ends and brings the conflict to a close. http://study.com/academy/lesson/cli max-in-literature-definition- examples.html It is commonly what we know such as the end either happy or sad ending. After all the struggles I faced in my high school years, finally, I was able to graduate meaning the fruits of my labors have been ripped off. 6
  10. 10. PLOT ELEMENTS: Brain Practice ATHING, Ana Jamema M. BSMT2C- World Literature Thursday, July 9, 2015 Mr. Jaime Cabrera Centro Escolar University, Philippines I personalize my learning about the parts of literary plot by completing this three-part activity. Related Stuff
  11. 11. New concepts learned I have learned to know what type of an element a certain happening in my life has been. Like, how I was able to finished my half years in school and understoond those ups and downs as parts of my life story. NEW INPUTS 1
  12. 12. This reminds me of… With everything that has happened to me during my younger years (i.e., my foot accident, stair falls and other bumps) I was able to make a storyline of my life alone and identify those memories as plot, rising action, falling action, and denouement. CONNECTIONS 2
  13. 13. Usefulness in real situations If in a situation and I see myself struggling to know why such thing is happening to me, I can say to myself that it is just a part of life story and that I will be able to surpass it and move on to the next level of my life or storyline. APPLICATIONS 3 Note: Tests may include ideas from this source and this source.
  14. 14. Works Cited  https://www.google.com.ph/#q=definition+of +plot  http://study.com/academy/lesson/rising- action-in-a-story-definition-examples-quiz.html  http://jamigold.com/2014/02/what-makes-a- story-event-a-turning-point/  http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/clim ax  http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/fallin g%20action%20?s=t  http://study.com/academy/lesson/climax-in- literature-definition-examples.html 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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