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Elements 5 P's Worksheet

Elements 5 P's Worksheet

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ELEMENTS OF NARRATIVE WORKSHEET —
NameRob Melton EnglishPeriod__________Date________________
PEOPLE (CHARACTERS)
1.Who is the central character (protagonist)? ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2.What are his or her desires or motivations (what he or she can’t have now)? ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3.Who or what prevents the main character from getting what he or she wants now? ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4.What complications does the main character experience? ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 5.How is it resolved?CHARACTERCONFLICTCOMPLICATIONSCLIMAXCONCLUSION ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6.What are the words and actions that reveal something about the characters, either directly orindirectly? What character traits do these words and actions reveal? ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 
PLACE (SETTING)
m Universal m Specific7.When does the story take place: Name the eon, era, age, millennium, century, decade, year,season, month, day and date, hour, minute and second, if possible. Why does it take place in thistime period? ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8.Where does the story take place: Name the universe, planet, continent, region, country, state,county, city, neighborhood, street, if possible. Why does it take place here? If there are otherlocations in the story, list them all. Why does the story take place in these places? ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 9.Consider other aspects of place and their significance: Weather, culture, beliefs, customs of apeople or a given time period? Why are these aspects significant?
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 ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 10.Describe how the setting influences the characters as well as the mood and tone and meaning of the story. ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 
PLOT (PLOT) — THE FIVE C’S
11.The plot is the sequence of action in a story. Through Exposition we are introduced to
Characters
who find themselves in
Conflict
(see questions 12) which leads to further
Complications
(risingaction) which inevitably leads to the
Climax
(highest point of interest) which, when resolved,leads to the
Conclusion
(or falling action).In order, list the key plot changes as seen through the action of the story’s characters. Be brief. ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 12.What is the nature of the story’s conflict?m man v. man m man. v. himself m man v. society m man v. nature m man v. fate m man v. ________ Explain. ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 13.What is the internal conflict? How is it resolved? ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 14.What is the external conflict? How is it resolved? ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 
POINT (THEME)
15.What is the meaning or point of the story? ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 16.What is the story’s central idea, or insight, about life? Look at how the main character changesduring the course of the story and how the main conflict is resolved. The title can also sometimesgive you a hint. ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________  ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 
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