3rd 6 weeks homework
By: Jordan Smithee
Influence of setting on plot development
Determines how the characters act and it creates conflict or crises.
- Exposition - Introduction to the characters, setting, conflict, and the problem.
- Rising Action - Events that develop and build the conflict.
- Climax - The most exciting part in a story.
- Falling Action - The events after the climax that lead to the resolution of the story.
- Resolution - The conflict is resolved.
The influence of the setting on plot development
- Plot - The literary element that describes the structure of a story.
- Setting - The location and time of the story.
Different forms of Point Of View
- Point Of View - Refers to who is telling the story, 1st person, 3rd person.
- 1st person - Using words like, "I" and "Me".
- 2nd person - Using words like, "You".
- 3rd person - Using words like, "He", "She", and "They".
- Brainstorming - To produce an idea or way of solving a problem by holding a spontaneous group discussion.
Revising and Editing Techniques
- Revising - Reconsider and alter something in the light of further evidence.
- Editing - A stage of the writing process in which a writer or editor strives to improve a draft by correcting errors and by making words and sentences clearer, more precise, and more effective.
- Graphic Organizers - Help organize ideas, see relationships, and retain information.