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					Stages of a PLOT
             PLOT

 The sequence or order of events
 in a story.
             Stages of a Plot

   5 Stages of a Plot
     - Exposition - The part of the plot that
       tells how the story begins. Usually
       introduces the characters and setting
       and point of view
     - Rising Action - The action or conflict
       in the story leading up to
        the climax.
                More PLOT

-   Climax - The point of crisis in the plot. It
    may be the most dramatic part or the
    reader’s point of highest interest.

-   Falling action - The action in the story
    after the climax is revealed.

-   Resolution - The part of the plot that
    reveals the final outcome or how the
    conflict was resolved.
             Climax




                      Resolution
Exposition
             PLOT DIAGRAM

                 Climax




                Conflict



Exposition                 Resolution
          CONCLUSION
 Now we will use this knowledge to further
 analyze Little Red Riding Hood and complete
 a Plot Diagram of the Story.



Little Red Riding Hood Song by Sam the
  Sham & The Pharaohs
                               Bibliography
Dinneen, K. Elements of the Short Story. Retrieved Jun.
    19, 2003, from Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute:
     http://www.yale.edu/ynhti/curriculum/units/1983/3/83.03.09.x.html
    Five Elements of a Story. Retrieved Jun. 19, 2003,
        http://www.teachervision.com/lesson-plans/lesson-2277.html

    Guevin, D. Short Story Elements. Retrieved Jun. 19, 2003,
        http://www.uvm.edu/~dguevin/Elements.html

				
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