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Title: Story Literary Elements


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Story Literary Elements
  • Some basics that every good story must have .

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The time and place of the story is the
settingthe where and the when of a story
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The point of view is the perspective the story is
told from
I was framed! I just wanted to borrow a cup of
sugar!
That rotten wolf tried to eat us!!!!
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First Person
  • Uses words like I, me, we.
  • The narrator is a character in the story.
  • We know ONE CHARACTERS thoughts, feelings, and
    actions

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Third Person Limited
  • Uses words like he, she, they.
  • The narrator is NOT a character in the story.
  • We know the thoughts and feelings of only a few
    (limited ) characters.

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Third Person Omniscient
  • Omniscient omniall scientknowledge
  • Uses words like he, she, they.
  • The narrator is NOT a character in the story.
  • We know the thoughts and feelings of many
    characters in the story.

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Why Is Point of View Important?
  • The narrators point of view determines what and
    how much you learn about the storys characters,
    events, and places.
  • You have to know if you should believe the
    narrator
  • How much does this narrator know and understand?
  • How much does this narrator want me to know?
  • How would this story be different if someone else
    were telling it?
  • Can I trust this narrator?

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Every story needs characters
  • People

Animals
Or Creatures
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The protagonist is the good guy
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The antagonist is the bad guy
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PLOT DIAGRAM
The sequence or order of events in a story.
Climax
Rising Action
Conflict
Falling Action
Exposition
Resolution
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PLOT
  • Exposition- This usually occurs at the beginning
    of a short story. Here the characters are
    introduced. We also learn about the setting of
    the story. Most importantly, we are introduced
    to the main conflict (main problem).
  • Rising Action - This part of the story begins to
    develop the conflict(s). A building of interest
    or suspense occurs.

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More PLOT
  • Climax - This is the turning point of the story.
    Usually the main character comes face to face
    with a conflict. The main character will change
    in some way.
  • The Oh my gosh moment. You ask yourself,
    Whats going to happen next?!

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More PLOT
  • Falling Action - All loose ends of the plot are
    tied up. The conflict(s) and climax are taken
    care of
  • Resolution - The story comes to a reasonable
    ending.

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Conflict (internal and external)
  • Conflict - Struggles or problems between
    opposing. The problem that must be solved.
  • Types-
  • Character versus character-
  • two characters against each
  • other. An argument or
  • disagreement
  • Character versus self- a character battling her
    own internal struggles/mind
  • This is Internal conflict!!!

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Conflict
  • Character versus society/world-disagreement with
    societys values, law, or beliefs
  • Character versus nature-a struggle against
    weather, land, animals, etc.
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