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6.What is the outcome of the character’s response?
Point of ViewInstructions: Decide from whose point of view your narrative will be told. Answer these questions in complete sentences.1.What point of view will you use?
2.How will the selected point of view influence what readers know about the action and the other characters in your narrative?
PlotInstructions: Take time now to plan the course of events in your narrative. The conflict you selected earlier should be the driving force in your story. Answer these questions in complete sentences.1. Who is the protagonist of your narrative?
2. In which stage of the plot can you use foreshadowing or flashback to add interest to your story?
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3. Knowing the conflict your character faces, what will the turning point be for him or her? Begin outlining the plot by starting with the climax. How does he or she get to thatpoint? (That’s the exposition and rising action.) How is he or she changed as a result of the turning point? (That’s the falling action and resolution.) Shmuel’s father went to work and hadn’t come back in a few days. Shmuel notices that he hasn’t seen his dad

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