PLOT STRUCTUREPROJECT          WHEN TO END THE STORIESDATE                    CLIENT          DATE                   NAME
Levels of tension in the plot                            CLIMAXTENSION          TENSION &          SUSPENSE               ...
Levels of tension in the plot                            CLIMAXTENSION          TENSION &          SUSPENSE               ...
Levels of tension in the plot                            CLIMAXTENSION          TENSION &          SUSPENSE               ...
Levels of tension in the plot                            CLIMAXTENSION          TENSION &          SUSPENSE               ...
Levels of tension in the plot                            CLIMAXTENSION          TENSION &          SUSPENSE               ...
Levels of tension in the plot                            CLIMAXTENSION          TENSION &          SUSPENSE               ...
Analyzing Tension & SuspenseSettingLightingSound effectsPerspectiveForeshadowingConflict
Remember This Story?
Johnny won the car race, boughtLaura the ring they got married andlived happily ever after Complete Resolution The issue o...
Johnny won the race but Lauragot so upset she broke up withhim. Ironic resolution The expected resolution is reversed John...
Johnny won the race but Laurarealized she wasn’t reallybothered about his safety... Or of The Twist Similar to ironic reso...
Johnny won the car race, realized thiswas something he was good at anddecided to pursue this opportunityThe RevelationOne ...
Johnny couldn’t find a car to raceand so still had to find somewayto buy a ring for Laura... Open Resolution The issue is ...
Analyzing resolutionsExamine the last few paragraphs on the textwhere it ends - chapters, endings etc.Compare the last par...
ApplicationCinderella...Create an ending different from the traditionalone  Chose one of the 5 types of endings discussed ...
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  • Now, conflict is introduced at the beginning of a story and is gradually built up in order to sustain interest... \n
  • Now, conflict is introduced at the beginning of a story and is gradually built up in order to sustain interest... \n
  • Now, conflict is introduced at the beginning of a story and is gradually built up in order to sustain interest... \n
  • Now, conflict is introduced at the beginning of a story and is gradually built up in order to sustain interest... \n
  • Now, conflict is introduced at the beginning of a story and is gradually built up in order to sustain interest... \n
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  • Remember this story? \n
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  • - Endings provide clues and information about the overall meaning and direction of the story\n- Consider the overall changes and issues addressed in the story\n
  • - Tell story of Cinderella\n- reduced to position of servitude, bullied by her family, fairy godmother gives her a chance to go to the ball, meets prince charming, instructed and leaves in a hurry leaving her glass slipper\n
  • Plotstructure conclusion

    1. 1. PLOT STRUCTUREPROJECT WHEN TO END THE STORIESDATE CLIENT DATE NAME
    2. 2. Levels of tension in the plot CLIMAXTENSION TENSION & SUSPENSE RESOLUTION CONFLICT TIME LEVELS OF TENSION IN PLOT
    3. 3. Levels of tension in the plot CLIMAXTENSION TENSION & SUSPENSE RESOLUTION CONFLICT TIME LEVELS OF TENSION IN PLOT
    4. 4. Levels of tension in the plot CLIMAXTENSION TENSION & SUSPENSE RESOLUTION CONFLICT TIME LEVELS OF TENSION IN PLOT
    5. 5. Levels of tension in the plot CLIMAXTENSION TENSION & SUSPENSE RESOLUTION CONFLICT TIME LEVELS OF TENSION IN PLOT
    6. 6. Levels of tension in the plot CLIMAXTENSION TENSION & SUSPENSE RESOLUTION CONFLICT TIME LEVELS OF TENSION IN PLOT
    7. 7. Levels of tension in the plot CLIMAXTENSION TENSION & SUSPENSE RESOLUTION CONFLICT TIME LEVELS OF TENSION IN PLOT
    8. 8. Analyzing Tension & SuspenseSettingLightingSound effectsPerspectiveForeshadowingConflict
    9. 9. Remember This Story?
    10. 10. Johnny won the car race, boughtLaura the ring they got married andlived happily ever after Complete Resolution The issue or conflict in the story is resolved Typical happy ending Somewhat fantastical
    11. 11. Johnny won the race but Lauragot so upset she broke up withhim. Ironic resolution The expected resolution is reversed Johnny won the race to buy Laura a ring so they could get married, but now they will not be getting married.
    12. 12. Johnny won the race but Laurarealized she wasn’t reallybothered about his safety... Or of The Twist Similar to ironic resolution A new fact introduced which resolves the problem Laura doesn’t really bother about Johnny,
    13. 13. Johnny won the car race, realized thiswas something he was good at anddecided to pursue this opportunityThe RevelationOne of the characters gaina revelation or newawareness of thesituation/issueThe main character‘matures’ and is able to
    14. 14. Johnny couldn’t find a car to raceand so still had to find somewayto buy a ring for Laura... Open Resolution The issue is not resolved or only partially resolved Sense of realism because happy endings don’t occur in real life.
    15. 15. Analyzing resolutionsExamine the last few paragraphs on the textwhere it ends - chapters, endings etc.Compare the last paragraph with the firstparagraph. What’s changed?
    16. 16. ApplicationCinderella...Create an ending different from the traditionalone Chose one of the 5 types of endings discussed Complete the story in 200 words on butcher sheets.Evaluate the effectiveness of the different

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