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WHAT IS PLOT? . Climax: highest point of interest in the story . Rising action/conflict: the story becomes intriguing with the conflict 3.5 essential parts: 1. Exposition: reveals the characters and setting 2.
Resolution/denouement: the final outcome of the story . Falling action-the events & intrigues resolve themselves 5.4.
READ and UNDERSTAND the TEXT FIRST!!! .
• As for other boxes. fill in the blanks with suitable answers. . listen to other groups’ answers to complete the parts.ACTIVITY 1 • Divide yourselves into 5 groups • Each group will be assigned to read one part of the drama. • As you read your part.
69 69 – 77 (HISS) 77 (HISS) – 82 (GASP) 82 (GASP) .GROUP PAGES (TEXT BOOK) 62 .91 1 2 3 4 5 .88 (BLAST) (ROSE) 88 .
.ACTIVITY 2 • Discuss with your group members to determine which stage of the plot this event belongs to. • Justify your answer by recalling the criteria for each stage you have learnt before.
CHECK OUT THE ANSWERS! CLIMAX RISING ACTION FALLING ACTION EXPOSITION RESOLUTION .
EXPOSITION • Lord Septic and Crouch are at the railway station. . Lord Septic reveals his plans to uncover the Gatsby Gold.
Percy then appears and comforts her. .RISING ACTION • Rose comes to the station but is bullied and told to leave by Crouch.
Percy thinks of a way to save Rose. Crouch then ties Rose to the railway track. but is attacked by Lord Septic. .CLIMAX • Percy confronts Crouch for bullying Rose. Upon regaining consciousness.
He also learns about his true identity as the heir to the Gatsby Gold and recovers it.FALLING ACTION • Percy manages to stop the train on time and ties up Lord Septic and Crouch. .
RESOLUTION • Percy proposes to Rose and she agrees to marry him. while Lord Septic and Crouch end up with nothing. .