Presented To:                Mr. Ahmed SheikhPresented By:No                  Name           Roll No1    Khadija Maqsood  ...
Story ElementsNo    Name1     Setting2     Characters3     Sequences4     Theme5     Exposition6     Conflict7     Climax8...
SettingThe time and location in which a story takes place is called the setting. Does it occur in the past, present or fut...
1.Place: Geographical location. Where is the  action of the story taking place?2.Time: When is the story taking place?  (h...
CharactersThere are two meanings for the word  character:1) The person in a work of fiction.2) The characteristics of a pe...
All scripts need interesting main and supporting characters.A good story includes:*What the character looks like.*How the ...
Hero• Beyond the standard definition the Hero is always  bears good character and is considered main  character. It is cal...
Villain• Villainous characters are those who  deliberately break laws, serving an often-  selfish purpose in which others ...
Stock CharactersStock characters are those types of characters wo  have become conventional or stereotypical  through repe...
Ambiguous CharactersAmbiguous characters keep us on our toes as we guess whether they will be good or bad. Heroes can also...
Minor CharactersThey serve to complement the major characters and help move the plot events forward.
Dynamic CharactersA dynamic character is a person who changes over time, usually as a result of resolving a central confli...
Static CharactersA static character is someone who does not change over time. He or she is often portrayed as a conflicted...
Round CharactersA rounded character is anyone who has a complex personality. He or she is often portrayed as a conflicted ...
Flat CharactersA flat character is the opposite of a round character. This literary personality is notable for one kind of...
Plot/ Sequence of EventsThe plot is the events that help the character solve the or deal with a problem. Usually a charact...
ThemeThe theme of a story is a lesson or message the story is trying to tell us. Some stories have only one theme or messa...
Exposition• All the characters in a story have a history  comprise their action about past that are  important to understa...
Conflict• This is an other element of the plot. It occurs when  problem arises among the characters and they turned  again...
ClimaxClimax of the story is when conflict of the plot is  resolved. It is one of the exciting part of the  story when the...
ResolutionResolution is the end of story. It occurs after the climax. It is when you learn what happen to the characters a...
STORY ELEMENT BY GROUP OF PU, ICS STUDENTS
STORY ELEMENT BY GROUP OF PU, ICS STUDENTS
STORY ELEMENT BY GROUP OF PU, ICS STUDENTS
STORY ELEMENT BY GROUP OF PU, ICS STUDENTS
STORY ELEMENT BY GROUP OF PU, ICS STUDENTS
STORY ELEMENT BY GROUP OF PU, ICS STUDENTS
STORY ELEMENT BY GROUP OF PU, ICS STUDENTS
STORY ELEMENT BY GROUP OF PU, ICS STUDENTS
STORY ELEMENT BY GROUP OF PU, ICS STUDENTS
STORY ELEMENT BY GROUP OF PU, ICS STUDENTS
STORY ELEMENT BY GROUP OF PU, ICS STUDENTS
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Presented in Hamid Nazani Hall at ICS , Punjab university by Ms morning students:
Irfan, Khadija, Kaleen and Fatima gull.

Course teacher: Muhammad Ahmad Sheikh, International broadcaste/ Journalist

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STORY ELEMENT BY GROUP OF PU, ICS STUDENTS

  1. 1. Presented To: Mr. Ahmed SheikhPresented By:No Name Roll No1 Khadija Maqsood 082 H. M. Kaleem 423 Fatima Gull 454 M. Irfan 55
  2. 2. Story ElementsNo Name1 Setting2 Characters3 Sequences4 Theme5 Exposition6 Conflict7 Climax8 Resolution
  3. 3. SettingThe time and location in which a story takes place is called the setting. Does it occur in the past, present or future? There are several aspects of a storys setting to consider when examining how setting contributes to a story (some, or all, may be present in a story)
  4. 4. 1.Place: Geographical location. Where is the action of the story taking place?2.Time: When is the story taking place? (historical period, time of day, year, etc)3.Weather conditions: Is it rainy, sunny, stormy, etc?4.Social conditions: What is the daily life of the characters like?5.Mood or atmosphere: What feeling is created at the beginning of the story? Is it bright and cheerful or dark and frightening?
  5. 5. CharactersThere are two meanings for the word character:1) The person in a work of fiction.2) The characteristics of a person.Persons in a work of fiction:The characters are who the story is about. Characters can be real or make believe. They can also be animals or things.
  6. 6. All scripts need interesting main and supporting characters.A good story includes:*What the character looks like.*How the character acts*How a character changesCharacters include the people and other creatures like animal and their role/action (negative, positive or natural) in the story. Characters have many types with different functions. Some most common types are given below.
  7. 7. Hero• Beyond the standard definition the Hero is always bears good character and is considered main character. It is called of protagonist. Hero is always cheerful, smart, kind and hardworking. Heroic characters have strong values, working for higher ideals and often putting others first.• We admire heroic characters and wish that we were more like them. Protagonist- he or she (or they) is faced with a conflict that must be resolved.
  8. 8. Villain• Villainous characters are those who deliberately break laws, serving an often- selfish purpose in which others may well be harmed or abused in some way• These characters apply all force to opposes the protagonist and thus called antagonist. We feel satisfied when they are punished. Villain is mean, lazy and nasty.
  9. 9. Stock CharactersStock characters are those types of characters wo have become conventional or stereotypical through repeated use in particular types of stories. Stock characters are instantly recognized to readers or audience members. Stock characters are normally one-dimensional flat characters, but sometimes stock personalities are deeply conflicted, rounded characters. Stock characters remain in the story till end.
  10. 10. Ambiguous CharactersAmbiguous characters keep us on our toes as we guess whether they will be good or bad. Heroes can also be ambiguous as their very human internal struggles reflect the outer conflict.
  11. 11. Minor CharactersThey serve to complement the major characters and help move the plot events forward.
  12. 12. Dynamic CharactersA dynamic character is a person who changes over time, usually as a result of resolving a central conflict or facing a major crises. Most dynamic characters tend to be central rather than peripheral characters because resolving the conflict is the major role of central characters.
  13. 13. Static CharactersA static character is someone who does not change over time. He or she is often portrayed as a conflicted and contradictory person.
  14. 14. Round CharactersA rounded character is anyone who has a complex personality. He or she is often portrayed as a conflicted and contradictory person.
  15. 15. Flat CharactersA flat character is the opposite of a round character. This literary personality is notable for one kind of personality trait or characteristic.
  16. 16. Plot/ Sequence of EventsThe plot is the events that help the character solve the or deal with a problem. Usually a character has a problem or conflict.To identify the plot: 1. Find the problem in the story. 2. Sequence the events that lead to the character solving their problem.
  17. 17. ThemeThe theme of a story is a lesson or message the story is trying to tell us. Some stories have only one theme or message. Other stories have many lessons or messages.
  18. 18. Exposition• All the characters in a story have a history comprise their action about past that are important to understand their personality and their present lives. It is important that reader must know some of its detail to understand the story. This is called exposition. In fact it is background information provided by the script writer to make it uncomplicated for his reader.• The exposition will have the information about event that happened before the story began. It is first part of the plot.
  19. 19. Conflict• This is an other element of the plot. It occurs when problem arises among the characters and they turned against each other. Like team in a game or two groups fighting with each other.• A common conflict is that Hero wishes to do something good, whereas Villain tries to stop him. The conflict is the most important that happens in the story. It is what makes the story exciting. Usually the story does not end till the conflict is resolved.
  20. 20. ClimaxClimax of the story is when conflict of the plot is resolved. It is one of the exciting part of the story when the hero save the princess or discovered buried treasure or kill the dragon or invent something unmatchable. The climax is mountain peak. It is something referred as turning point of the story when plot changes for better. More often the villain is defeated in the climax.
  21. 21. ResolutionResolution is the end of story. It occurs after the climax. It is when you learn what happen to the characters after the conflict is resolved.

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