3rd Six weeks project
What is plot structure?
Includes the setting, characters
Suspense is growing here, the protagonist is faced with a problem
Where the tension of the story is at its highest; point of greatest tension
Conflict outcome; resulting events. Resolution of characters crisis
Final outcome;Also often called denouement, which is French for "to untie" or "unravel"
Points of view
- First person-
Uses the "I" narrator
Supporting character; still uses "I" but narrator is not the protagonist
- Second person-
Told from the perspective "you"
- Third person-
Used when your narrator is not a character in the story (he/ she/ it)
Limited only one character; narrator only knows what the character knows
still uses he/she/it category; narrator can follow multiple characters in the story
Still uses the he/she/it but narrator knows everything and isn't limited by what one character knows
Plot and Character Development
A literary term used to describe the events that make up a story or main part of the story
The portrayal of people in a work of fiction in such way, the reader or audience seems to learn more about them as it develops.