Flashcards in Plot Chart Deck (13):
Sequence of events including the exposition, rising action, turning point, falling action, and resolution
The introduction of characters, setting, and the basic situation
The events rising to the climax or turning point
The high point of interest or suspense in a story
The point in the story where a significant change occurs
The events leading to the end of the central conflict or turning point
The conclusion of the conflict when the problem is “solved”
When one character struggles against oneself or an outside force, such as another character (internal and external)
The way an author uses words to express his/her ideas (The form/way of HOW the story is written). Ex. rhyming, rule of three, etc.
The time and place a story takes place
The speaker’s/writer’s attitude toward the subject (the attitude or EMOTION of the story). Ex. sad, suspenseful, etc.
When a character struggles against oneself. When the character struggles with something INside (INternal) of their self--such as thoughts/feelings. Ex. Being lost, afraid, confused, etc.