Do Now Think of a time you had a type of conflict. What was the conflict? Who or what was it between? Was it resolved? Can Progress be Made Without Conflict? Unit 1
Conflict Struggle between two or more opposing forces Between Protagonist and Antagonist 2 Types Internal Conflict is between the character and themselves
Man vs. self External Conflict is between the character and an outside force Man vs. Nature Man vs. Character Man vs. Society Short Story
Comprehension What the text says Key Ideas and Details Text Analysis Craft and Structure
How the author conveys the text Connections What the text means and how it changes the readers view on the world Integration of Knowledge and Ideas
Comprehension Who are the main characters? When and where does the action take place? What conflicts do the characters face? How does each respond to it?
Text Analysis How does the setting of the story affect the characters and events? By the end of the story, how do the characters change? What do these changes suggest about the storys deeper meaning? Connections
How has this work increased my knowledge of a subject, an author, or a theme? In what ways is this story special, unique, or worthy of reading? Elements of a Short Story Short Story
Brief work of fiction Characters: Personalities that take part in the story (protagonist and antagonist) Settings: Time and Place of story Conflict:
External (character, society, nature) Internal (inside) Plot: 5 stages Not all have revolutions, they can have an epiphany Monkeys Paw
Ideas to Focus on Making Predictions Foreshadow: use of details that hint at future events Plot and Plot Devices Exposition: Character, setting, and situation are introduced Rising Action: Central conflict begins
Climax: Conflict reaches its highest point Falling Action: Tension beings to decrease Resolution: Conflict ends and issues are resolved Character Developing Character Direct Narrator makes direct statements about a character
Indirect Learn by analyzing what they say and do How other characters respond
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