In a story, what is the plot? (Answer in a few words)
Plot is the sequence of events in a story It allows authors to craft interesting stories and characters A plot can include conflict, resolution, and character development
What is a Plot?
Conflict: A struggle between opposing forces in a story Resolution: The part of a story where the conflict is resolved Character Development: The process of changing or growing characters throughout the story
Many plots are based on classic stories or fairy tales Some stories can have multiple plots happening at once The plot is considered one of the most important elements of a story
Work together in pairs: What is the difference between a plot and a setting in a story?
What is the main idea of a plot?
- A conflict between characters
- A story about a journey
- A series of events
- A surprise ending
What type of plot is the story of a princess who rescues a prince from a tower?
Which of these is an example of a plot twist?
- A character is revealed to be a secret villain
- A character falls in love with a stranger
- A character discovers a hidden treasure
- A character wins the lottery
What is the difference between a plot and a subplot?
- A plot is the main story, a subplot is a minor story
- A plot is a minor story, a subplot is the main story
- A plot is short, a subplot is long
- A plot is long, a subplot is short