Plot Vocabulary Characters Setting Conflicts

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What plot element is Moon Shadow coming to America?
Initiating Event

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What is an heirloom?
A family possession handed down from generation to generation.

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Who is Windrider?
He faces a series of tests to prove his "dragoness."

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Where does Dragonwings begin?
China

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What is an internal conflict?
Moon Shadow being torn between missing his mother and being with his father.

200

What is the climax?
Windrider flies his "plane."

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What is tuberculosis?
An infectious disease especially of the lungs.

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Who is Uncle Bright Star?
He said, "My, my but this is a righteous wine."

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Where is the Company located?
San Francisco's Chinatown.

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What is an external conflict?
The demons throw a brick through the Company's window.

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What is rising action?
Anything that happens between the initiating even and the climax.`

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What is moronic?
Remarkably stupid behavior.

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Who is Moon Shadow?
The main character of Dragonwings.

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Where does Miss Whitlaw live?
The demon part of San Francisco.

300

What is an internal conflict?
Uncle Bright Star's love for Black Dog and his disgust with Black Dog.

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What is falling action?
Anything that happens between the climax and the resolution.

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What is a tenement?
A run-down and often crowded apartment building.

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Who is Black Dog?
He had been raised in luxury back home in China, and now resents having to work for a living.

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Where can Black Dog most often be found?
The opium dens.

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What is an internal conflict?
Windrider wanting to bring Mother to America and pursue his dream to fly.

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What is the resolution?
Windrider and Mood Shadow making plans to bring Mother to America.

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What is malicious?
Full of hate.

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Who is White Deer?
A devout Buddhist.

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What is the beach?
The place where they picnic and fly gliders.

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What is an external conflict?
Black Dog's drug addiction.

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