Exposition: The beginning of a story or narrative in which the setting, characters, and other important information is introduced. This stage also sets up the main conflict of the story. Rising Action: The events in a story that build up to the climax. These events make the conflict more complicated and difficult to resolve. Climax: The point in a story where the conflict reaches its highest point and the protagonist is faced with their greatest challenge. This is usually the most exciting part of the story. Falling Action: Resolution is explored and story wraps up. Resolution: Story is resolved and conclusion is reached.
Question: You are the author of a story. How would you use the narrative elements of exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution to create a plot? Clues: • Think of a goal or problem the protagonist wants to solve. • Think of the steps the protagonist will take to solve the goal or problem. • Think of how the story will end. In pairs: Select and solve one of the tasks: A. Work in pairs to come up with a story plot using the narrative elements and explain your plot through a drawing.
Go to clever and then search up storyboard that on your apps Complete the storyboard plot for The Monkey’s Paw Download the file when you’re done, and upload it on Canvas c we'll be working on this throughout the week