In story plots, what is the main problem that needs to be solved?
"Describe how a particular story’s or drama’s plot 3. unfolds in a series of episodes as well as how the characters respond or change as the plot moves toward a resolution."
A plot is a sequence of events that happen in a story. Plot includes rising action, climax, and resolution. Plot shows how characters respond to conflicts or problems.
What is a Plot?
Plot: The sequence of events that make up a story, including the rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. Protagonist: The main character in a story, the protagonist is the character who drives the action by trying to reach a goal. Conflict: A struggle between opposing forces in a story, which creates suspense and drives the plot forward.
The average novel has a plot with seven distinct stages. The word 'plot' originates from the Greek word 'plotta' which means 'a net that is used to catch birds or fish. The three act structure used in film and television is based on the five act structure used in theater, which was developed by the Ancient Greeks
Did you know?
What is the definition of a plot?
- A series of events that make up a story
- A type of flower
- A device used to measure distance
- A type of graph
What is the purpose of a plot?
- To provide the structure for a story
- To provide a moral lesson
- To provide comedic relief
- To provide a happy ending
Which of the following is NOT a basic element of a plot?
What does rising action refer to?
- The events leading up to the climax of the story
- The introduction of the characters
- The resolution of the conflict
- The setting of the story