3rd six weeks project
1. Surprise the reader- Start with an unknown interesting fact.
2. Ask a question- Ask a question that makes the reader think.
3. Use a quotation- The quotation interests the reader because of what it says, or who says it.
4. Use descriptive words- Make the reader see the scene or feel like a part of the story.
- The first stage in a plot development is the exposition. An exposition is a comprehensive description and explanation of an idea or theory.
- The second stage is the rising action. The rising action builds up conflict and also builds suspense.
- The third stage is called the climax. The climax is the point in the story where there is the most suspense.
- The fourth stage is the falling action. The falling action is when the story starts to settle down and things start to go back to normal.
- The last stage in a plot development is the resolution. The resolution is the ending of the story ands sums everything up.
Point of View
- First person point of view is when a person in the story is telling the story.
- Second person is to address the reader and uses the pronouns you, your, and yours.
- Third person is when the narrator is telling the story.
- Third person limited is when the narrator only tells about one characters feelings or thoughts.
- Third person omniscient is when the narrator tells all characters feelings or thoughts.