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Characterization Plot Conflict Theme & Setting POV etc
100
Protagonist
The main character around whom the action centers is called a...
100
Exposition
This introduces the characters, setting, and background of a narrative.
100
Person vs. Person
Two character opposing each other is a conflict called...
100
Nope!
Can a theme be one word?
100
1st Person POV
When the character is telling the narrative using words like I, me, my, we, etc.
200
Antagonist
Someone who is not necessarily a villiain, but has a different agenda than the Protagonist and is the principal source of conflict.Someone who is not necessarily a villiain, but has a different agenda than the Protagonist and is the principal source of conflict.
200
Inciting Incident
The first conflict in a narrative that sets the plot in motion is called the...
200
Person vs. Nature
An example of this type of conflict is a character struggling to complete their journey due to being stuck in a blizzard.
200
Nope!
Is there only one way to state a theme?
200
3rd Person POV
When the narrator uses words like she, he, them, etc.
300
Static Character
A character who remains the same throughout the action (usually a minor character) is called a...
300
Rising Action
The series of events in a narrative which increase the conflict and suspense is call...
300
Person vs. Themselves
When a character is experiencing self debt, moral dilemma, or making a choice they are experiencing this kind of conflict...
300
The author's lesson or message.
What is a theme?
300
2nd Person POV
An example of this POV is self-help books, instruction manuals, and brings the reader into the narrative using the pronoun 'you'.
400
Dynamic Character
One who develops or grows throughout the narrative is called a...
400
Climax
At this point of great suspense the character either succeeds or fails. This event determines the outcome of the narrative.
400
Person vs. Society
When a character is in opposition of government, societal or cultural norms etc. this conflict is called...
400
Mood
The setting usually creates the 'atmosphere', which is how the story makes you feel emotionally. What is another word for this?
400
Tone
Another word for the author's voice/attitude is...
500
Speech, Thoughts, Effect on others, Actions & Looks.
Who does the acronym S.T.E.A.L. stand for?
500
Climax
Sometimes a narrative will end at this point...
500
External & Internal
The two types of conflict are...
500
Place & Time
The setting is usually revealed in the Exposition of a narrative. This occurs by introducing these two elements:
500
A participant is a narrator who is a character whereas a Non-Participant is a narrator who is an observer, not a character.
What is the difference between a 'Participant' and 'Non-Participant' POV?




Elements of a Narrative

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