Guidelines for Class Pr

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Guidelines for Class Presentation of a Story. Note: Your group needs to turn in some typed form of your presentation (paper or outline) and submit it on the day of your presentation. Analyze the Story: Briefly summarize the main developments of the story ( Please! No more than half a page .) Expand your analysis to include the cause of these developments. Remember, a story is a list of events, but a plot tells us why they happened. (“The king died is a story, the king died and the queen died of grief is a plot.” This may seem obvious, the causes and effects, but this simple ploy may uncover the many different interpretations among the class. Examine the structure of the story. Does it follow the classic structure of Conflict, Complications, Crisis, Falling action, Resolution. Are any of these segments present? Would the story benefit from their inclusion? Is there enough excitement, suspense, is the disclosure of information appropriate, is it timely? Consider the Title of the story. Does it add to your understanding/appreciation of
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