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Grade 8 Story Elements
The last part of a story, explaining how the conflict is solved is called
  1. climax.
  2. falling action.
  3. rising action.
  4. resolution.
Grade 8 Story Elements
Grade 8 Story Elements
Grade 8 Story Elements
Identify the order of the action in a plot:
  1. resolution, rising action, climax, falling action, exposition
  2. rising action, exposition, climax, falling action, resolution
  3. exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution
  4. climax, exposition, rising action, resolution, falling action
Grade 8 Story Elements
Grade 8 Story Elements
What is the problem or struggle in a story called?
  1. theme
  2. protagonist
  3. mood
  4. conflict
Grade 8 Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.8.3
Grade 8 Story Elements
Events leading up to the climax.
  1. Inciting Incident
  2. Exposition
  3. Rising Action
  4. Climax
  5. Falling Action
  6. Conclusion
Grade 8 Story Elements
Grade 8 Story Elements
How the story ends.
  1. Inciting Incident
  2. Exposition
  3. Rising Action
  4. Climax
  5. Falling Action
  6. Conclusion
Grade 8 Story Elements
Grade 8 Story Elements
What is the perspective from which a story is told called?
  1. characterization
  2. point of view
  3. setting
  4. theme
Grade 8 Story Elements
Grade 8 Story Elements
The highest point in the story, the most stressful scene.
  1. Inciting Incident
  2. Exposition
  3. Rising Action
  4. Climax
  5. Falling Action
  6. Conclusion
Grade 8 Story Elements
The specific event that gets the conflict in the story going.
  1. Inciting Incident
  2. Exposition
  3. Rising Action
  4. Climax
  5. Falling Action
  6. Conclusion
Grade 8 Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.8.3

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Which sentence is from the story's exposition?
  1. No spectator, however just, could have helped feeling a pang of pity for the wretched man who stood unconscious of imminent doom. . . .
  2. Not only had this black-hearted knocker on floors a pleasant voice, but, in addition, a pleasing exterior.
  3. There were three distinct stages in the evolution of Annette Brougham's attitude toward the knocking in the room above.
  4. At this the Brute emerged from his fortifications and removing his pipe from his mouth, jerked his chair out into the open.
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