> The Things You Can Read: 5 Elements of a Story Booklet

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Monday, September 26, 2016

5 Elements of a Story Booklet

Booklet Directions

1.  Cover: Draw and label Plot diagram, TITLE FOR BOOKLET is 5 Elements of a              Story by ______
2.  Define Exposition COMPLETELY
3.  Define Rising Action COMPLETELY
4.  Define Climax COMPLETELY
5.  Define Falling Action COMPLETELY
6.  Deine Resolution with all Synonyms Conclusion and Denouement COMPLETELY
7.  Define Plot:  A sequence of events in a story
8.  Paste information onto page 8

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