Fiction power point


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Fiction power point

  1. 1. Fiction:A story that is made up by the author or nottrue
  2. 2. CHARACTER The people or animals that take part in the story. MAIN CHARACTER: who the story is mainly about MINOR CHARACTER: the less important characters in the story Selection of Characters from Percy Jackson and the Olympians
  3. 3. PROTAGONIST  The HERO of the story who is faced with a conflict (usually the main character). Harry Potter
  4. 4. ANTAGONIST Usually the villain in the story (the person, animal, or creature who creates conflict for the main character). Voldemort
  5. 5. SETTING When and Where the action in the story takes place. Map of Narnia
  6. 6. PLOT The plot is the outline of events that takes place in a story.
  7. 7. CONFLICTA fight or difference in opinion.1. INTERNAL CONFLICT Takes place within a character’s mind.2. EXTERNAL CONFLICT The character struggles with an outside force. The Brother’s Grimm: Sleeping Beauty
  8. 8. Climax Climax is the high point or most emotional part of the plot.
  9. 9. Resolution  Resolution is the conclusion of the story.  The reader finds out how the conflict has been resolved and what happens with the characters.
  10. 10. WHAT IS THEME????? The THEME is the idea about life that is revealed in the story.
  11. 11. POINT OF VIEWThe vantage point from which a story is told.1st person the writer uses first-person pronouns (I or me) to tell the story.3rd person narrator describes the events, but does not take part in them.3rd person omniscient the narrator knows everything; encompassing.
  12. 12. Foreshadowing A writers way of hinting at what will come in the story. A reader can make predictions based on the information given.
  13. 13. Author’s Purpose Authors have a purpose in mind when writing: entertain, debate, analyze, persuade, inform, etc. They consider their audience when deciding on a subject, purpose for writing, and the tone and style in which to write.
  14. 14. Dialogue The words that characters speak aloud
  15. 15. Tone Shows the writer’s attitude toward his or her subject (humorous, serious, impatient, sad, etc.)
  16. 16. Symbolism Something concrete—such as a person, place, or object—that signifies something more than just itself, something abstract, such as a concept or an idea.
  17. 17. REALISTIC FICTION A story that tells about characters and events that are similar to people and animals in real life.
  18. 18. SCIENCE FICTION A story that is set in the future and is based on scientific ideas.
  19. 19. HISTORICAL FICTION A story that is set in the pastand portrays people, places, andevents that did or could havehappened.FANTASY A story that is not realistic,sometimes the characters have magical or supernatural powers.