Identifying theElements of APlot Diagram
Plot Diagram21345
Plot (definition)• Plot is the organizedpattern or sequenceof events that makeup a story. Everyplot is made up of aseries ...
1. Problem• This usually occurs at the beginning of a narrativeor story. Here the characters are introduced. Wealso learn ...
2. Rising Action• This part of the story begins to develop theconflict(s). A building of interest or suspenseoccurs. This ...
3. Climax• This is the turning point of the story.Usually the main character comes faceto face with a conflict. The mainch...
4. Solution to the Problem• All loose endsof the plot aretied up. Theconflict(s) andclimax aretaken care ofand solved.
5. Conclusion• The storycomes to areasonableending.
Putting It All Together1. Problem2. Rising Action (Events 1, 2, and 3)3. Climax4. Solution to the Problem5. ConclusionBegi...
Putting It All Together1. Problem2. Rising Action (Events 1, 2, and 3)3. Climax4. Solution to the Problem5. ConclusionBegi...
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  1. 1. Identifying theElements of APlot Diagram
  2. 2. Plot Diagram21345
  3. 3. Plot (definition)• Plot is the organizedpattern or sequenceof events that makeup a story. Everyplot is made up of aseries of incidentsthat are related toone another.
  4. 4. 1. Problem• This usually occurs at the beginning of a narrativeor story. Here the characters are introduced. Wealso learn about the setting of the story. Mostimportantly, we are introduced to the main conflict(main problem).
  5. 5. 2. Rising Action• This part of the story begins to develop theconflict(s). A building of interest or suspenseoccurs. This is also where events 1, 2, and 3 areintroduced in 3 paragraphs.
  6. 6. 3. Climax• This is the turning point of the story.Usually the main character comes faceto face with a conflict. The maincharacter will change in some way.
  7. 7. 4. Solution to the Problem• All loose endsof the plot aretied up. Theconflict(s) andclimax aretaken care ofand solved.
  8. 8. 5. Conclusion• The storycomes to areasonableending.
  9. 9. Putting It All Together1. Problem2. Rising Action (Events 1, 2, and 3)3. Climax4. Solution to the Problem5. ConclusionBeginning ofStoryMiddle of StoryEnd of Story
  10. 10. Putting It All Together1. Problem2. Rising Action (Events 1, 2, and 3)3. Climax4. Solution to the Problem5. ConclusionBeginning ofStoryMiddle of StoryEnd of Story

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