introduction to the characters, setting, and situation at the
beginning of a story.
||The point in a story
or novel at which the author catches the reader's attention by
presenting an interesting problem or situation.
||The part of the plot
that adds complications to the plot's problems and increases
||The struggle between
two opposing forces. An external conflict exists when a
character struggles against some outside force. An internal
conflict exists within the mind of a character who is torn
between opposing feelings or goals
||The point of greatest
emotional intensity, interest, or suspense in a story. Usually
the climax comes at the turning point in a story , the point at
which the resolution of the conflict becomes clear.
||The action that
follows the climax.
||The part of a plot
that concludes the falling action by revealing or suggesting the
outcome of the conflict.