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Lesson Topic: Series of Events in Literature Name: Leyshka Reyes Date: 1/31/18 Class Period: P1 Essential Question(s): Questions: Notes: What is plot? What is plot? Plot is the series of events in a story. plot answer the question what happen who is the main character What are the 4 parts to a story’s text structure? Define each. basic situation. , Complication, Resolution, Climax the most exciting point of the story. what is his character basic problem or conflict? a conflict is a struggle,two characters sometimes opposes each other. ore one character against one whole group . complication What is manipulation of time? an author chooses to skip ahead from one scene to another. includes flashbacks and flashforwards. What are two types of manipulation of time? Define each. flashbacks: a sudden disturbing vivid memory of an event in the past. flashforwards: a future event scene is inserted into the chronological structure of the work.
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