Plot
Conflict
Character
Setting
Miscellaneous

100

A series of events in a story
What is Plot

100

A stuggle between opposing forces.
What is Conflict

100

The people, animals, and imaginary things who take part in the action of a work of literature.
What is Character

100

The time or place of the action.
What is Setting

100

A message about life or human nature that the writer shares with the reader.
What is Theme

200

Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, and Resolution.
What is Stages of Plot

200

A conflict that occurs within a person.
What is Internal Conflict

200

The most important characters in literary works.
What is Main Character

200

When the setting of a story is usually established.
What is Exposition

200

The feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader.
What is Mood

300

An interupption in the action of the plot to tell what happened at an earlier time.
What is Flashback

300

* Character vs. Character * Character vs. Force of Nature * Character vs. Society * Character vs. Self
What is Types Of Conflict

300

A character who undergoes important changes as a plot unfolds
What is Dynamic Character

300

* Geographic Location * Time * Climate/ Weather
What is Elements of Setting

300

Usually contains about 1 or 2 characters
What is Short Story

400

Occurs when a writer provides hints that suggest future events in a story.
What is Foreshadowing

400

Involves an individual who struggl against such as nature, physical obstacle, or another person.
What is External Conflict

400

The way a writer creates and develops characters
What is Characterization

400

Refers to the past, present, future, season, month, and time of day
What is Time

400

The contrast between what is expected or what appears to be and what actually is.
What is Irony

500

The turing point of a conflict. Can occur before the climax or at the same time.
What is Crisis

500

A struggle that arises because of differing values, customs, or circumastances between groups of people.
What is Cultural Conflict

500

The Writer may: *Direct comments about a character through the voice of the narrator *Describe the character's physical appearance *Present the character's own thoughts, speech, and actions *Present thoughts, speech, and actions of other characters.
What is 4 basic methods of Characterization

500

an aspect of setting which can be important to the novel
What is Climate/ Weather

500

*Setting is the "where" and 'when" of the story or novel. *Characters are the "who." *Conflict is the "What". *Plot is the " How" * Theme is the "Why"
What is 5 W's Of Narrative Elements