This vocabulary chart elaborates on the elements of a general story plot.
2. Exposition: The setting of the story, who, what where, when, etc. Inciting Incident: The moment that sets the character on their journey. Rising Action: Key events that happen along the way. Climax: The most exciting/final event in the character's journey.
3. Vocabulary Continued Objective: The goal of the character in a story or Tactic: The actions the character takes to get what they want.
4. Establish The 5 W’s: Who are you? aly What’s going on? Where are you? When is this Why is it happening?
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Exposition Inciting Incident *The moment that sets the character moving toward their objective. We must know their Bie at this time. Freytag’s Pyramid ot Structure Map
5. Things to Turn In AFTER your preview you will need to map out YOUR SCENE on a handwritten plot structure diagram. You must include all of the information needed to clearly explain your exposition, inciting incident, rising action, climax, falling action and resolution. You and your partner can do this together and TURN IT IN BEFORE YOU PERFORM YOUR FINAL. Complete the Character Development sheet ee In ntaitialhs ann TIIDALIT IA! DCOCMDECL VOHII DCDCHMDAA }3|