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Monday, October 17, 2016

Lesson on Conflict and Types of Conflict

DO NOW: OCTOBER 17 & 18, 2016


1. After breaking his mother's favorite vase, Casey struggles to decide whether he should tell his mother the truth and face the consequences, or whether he should attempt to hide his mistake and blame the family dog.

Protagonist: ______________________________  Antagonist: ___________________________

Type of Conflict

Conflict/Complications which includes the major types!

DO NOW: OCTOBER 20 & 21, 2016

Linda wants nothing more than to see her children happy, but her youngest has asked for a Robo-Kite, the hottest toy of this holiday season. After many hours of searching, Linda finally finds one at a department store, but Bruce finds it at the same time, and his son Robert wants it equally bad. Join Linda as she battles with Bruce to acquire a hot consumer item and learns a lesson about life and the holiday spirit along the way.

Protagonist: ______________________________  Antagonist: ___________________________

Type of Conflict

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