Setting
Plot
Conflict
Characters
Point of view/theme
100

What is the geographic location?

Place!

100

Name the five elements of the plot.

Introduction, rising action, climax, falling action, and the resolution!

100

What are the two types of conflict?

Internal, and external conflict!

100

What are two different types of characters?

Protagonist, and antagonist.

100

What is the point of view?

From another person's perspective, how they see it.

200

What are the three main points in a setting?

Place, time, and mood/atmosphere!

200

What is the plot?

How the author arranges the events in a story!

200

What is external conflict?

A struggle with a force outside one's self!



200

What is the person who does stuff for the good?

Protagonist! the protagonist is also the main character!

200

What is the theme? 

The controlling idea!

300

When is the story taking place?

Time!

300

What is the highest point of interest in the story?

Climax!

300

What is internal conflict?

A struggle within one's self!

300

What is an antagonist? 

The person who goes against the Protagonist!

300

What is it if it's an idea?

Theme!

400

What are the historical period, time of day, and year?

Time!

400

where the events in the story become complicated, and the conflict in the story is revealed.

Rising action!

400

What is conflict?

It is the opposition of forces that ties one incident to another and makes the plot move!

400

Is the protagonist always good?

No!

400

From my sister's perspective!

Point of view!

500

What is mood/atmosphere?

What feeling is created!

500

The events and complications begin to resolve themselves.

Falling action!

500

In Harry Potter and the deathly hallows what type of conflict happens with Harry?

Both External and internal conflict happen!

500

In the story Charles, what character is Laurence?

The protagonist, and the antagonist. 

500

Why is the point of view important?

So other people feel you!

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