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# Week 3 Plot Setting and Characterization.pptx

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# Week 3 Plot Setting and Characterization.pptx

This is for Grade 10 English using MELC

This is for Grade 10 English using MELC

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### Week 3 Plot Setting and Characterization.pptx

1. 1. PLOT, SETTING AND CHARACTERIZATION
3. 3. REMINDERS •Always visit your fb group to check on announcements. •Don’t hesitate to post your questions in the fb group or simply chat your subject teacher.
4. 4. Before we start, let us first have a review.
5. 5. Just identify what are described by the following statements.
6. 6. You have five seconds to answer the questions.
7. 7. Let’s get started!
8. 8. It is a traditional text that needs to be read from beginning to end to make sense of the text. What is it?
9. 9. It is a traditional text that needs to be read from beginning to end to make sense of the text. What is it?
10. 10. It is a text that makes reading easier through the use of visual aids. What is it?
11. 11. It is a text that makes reading easier through the use of visual aids. What is it?
12. 12. It a tool that helps visualize the order of steps of a process or a timeline of events. What is it?
13. 13. It a tool that helps visualize the order of steps of a process or a timeline of events. What is it?
14. 14. Another graphic organizer that helps you visually represent a comparison of differences and similarities between two subjects. What is it?
15. 15. Another graphic organizer that helps you visually represent a comparison of differences and similarities between two subjects. What is it?
16. 16. This chart is mostly used to show proportional data usually using the percentages next to or on the slice. What is it?
17. 17. This chart is mostly used to show proportional data usually using the percentages next to or on the slice. What is it?
18. 18. It is a collection of imagery, charts, and minimal text that gives an easy-to-understand overview of a topic. What is it?
19. 19. It is a collection of imagery, charts, and minimal text that gives an easy-to-understand overview of a topic. What is it?
20. 20. Great job! You are now ready for a new lesson.
21. 21. OBJECTIVES •Differentiate plot, setting and characterization •Identify author’s purpose.
22. 22. LEARNING TASK 1 •Study the pictures below. Then, identify the characters, plot and setting of the story.
23. 23. SUPPLEMENTAL ACTIVITY 1: GIVE YOURSELF A TRY •Direction: Create a list of the following (character, setting, plot) using the illustration provided in your activity sheet. You may rely on the movies you have watched or stories you have read already.
24. 24. SUPPLEMENTAL ACTIVITY 1: GIVE YOURSELF A TRY
25. 25. SUPPLEMENTAL ACTIVITY 2. WHERE’S AND WHY’S Direction: Share your experiences about the following events in your life. Tell where you experienced the event and why you think you experienced those events.
26. 26. SUPPLEMENTAL ACTIVITY 2. WHERE’S AND WHY’S
27. 27. LEARNING TASK 2 •Match the items in column A with the items in column B. Write the letters of your answers on a sheet of paper.
28. 28. Column A _____1. Exposition a. Location of the story _____2. Conflict b. Moral lesson of the story _____3. Climax c. Struggle of the main character _____4. Falling action d. Time and location of the story _____5. Resolution e. Where resolution begins _____6. Place f. Arrangement of story _____7. Time g. Beginning of the story _____8. Setting h. Actors or movers of the story _____9. Plot i. Final outcome of the story _____10. Characters j. Turning point of the story k. Period or time when the story occurs Column B
29. 29. LEARNING TASK 3 •If you have watched the movie entitled Train to Busan, you may refer to that movie in answering the questions provided in your module.
31. 31. LEARNING TASK 3 1. Who are the main characters of the story? 2.What is the setting of the story? 3.Using a story map, explain the plot of the story: a. Exposition, b. Conflict, c. Climax, and d. Resolution? 4. What social conditions are portrayed in the story?
32. 32. CHARACTERIZATION
33. 33. CHARACTER •Characters refer to persons, creatures or things serving as actors or movers in a story. They portray specific roles with corresponding dialogues and plot lines. Stories have protagonist/s and antagonist/s.
34. 34. CHARACTERIZATION •Characterization is a writer’s tool, or “literary device” that occurs any time the author uses details to teach us about a person. This is used over the course of a story in order to tell the tale. Let’s figure it out from the example below:
35. 35. CHARACTERIZATION In the harry potter series, Dobby refers to Potter as “the noble Harry Potter,” or “good Harry Potter”.
36. 36. It is a description of the most typical or important qualities of the characters. Source: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/characterization
37. 37. From the way Harry was described by Dobby in the example, we can say that he has a positive characterization.
38. 38. PLOT
39. 39. PLOT •Plot shows how the author arranges events to develop the basic idea.
40. 40. FIVE ESSENTIAL PARTS OF PLOT:
41. 41. •Plot is best illustrated through this mountain. Exposition Climax Resolution
42. 42. 1. EXPOSITION •The introduction or the beginning of the story. •It presents or describes how the story started. Exposition
43. 43. 2. RISING ACTION •The rising action normally begins with an inciting incident, or a moment that sets your story into action. As it progresses, you’ll have multiple moments of conflict that escalate and create tension as the story moves toward the climax.
44. 44. 2. RISING ACTION •The part of the story where the conflict arises or starts.
45. 45. CONFLICT •Can be any form of struggle the main character faces. There may be only one central struggle, or there may be many minor obstacles within a dominant struggle.
46. 46. KINDS OF CONLICT
47. 47. 1. CHARACTER VS. SELF •The character struggles with own soul, physical limitations, choices, etc.
48. 48. 2. EXTERNAL •The character struggles with a force outside one's self.
49. 49. 2.1. CHARACTER VS CHARACTER •The character struggles against other people.
50. 50. 2.2. CHARACTER VS NATURE •The character struggles against animals, weather, environment, etc.
51. 51. 2.3. CHARACTER VS SOCIETY •The character struggles against ideas, practices, or customs of others
52. 52. FIVE ESSENTIAL PARTS OF PLOT:
53. 53. 3. CLIMAX •Is the turning point of the story. Readers wonder what will happen next; will the conflict be resolved or not? Climax
54. 54. 4. FALLING ACTION •Is where the resolution begins; events and complications start to fall into place. •These are the events between climax and denouement.
55. 55. 5. RESOLUTION •It is the conclusion of the story. •Also called denouement. •It is the final outcome of events in the story. Resolution
56. 56. In this part of story, everything is explained. The result of everything that had happened is presented in it. Source: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/denouement
57. 57. SETTING
58. 58. SETTING •It refers to the time and location when and where a story takes place. For some stories, the setting is very important; while for others, it is not.
59. 59. ASPECTS TO IDENTIFY SETTING
60. 60. 1. PLACE •Geographical location; where is the action of the story taking place? 2.TIME •Historical period, time of day, year, etc.; When is the story taking place?
61. 61. 3. WEATHER CONDITIONS •Is it rainy, sunny, stormy, etc.? 4. SOCIAL CONDITIONS •What is the daily life of the character's like? Does the story contain local color (writing that focuses on the speech, dress, mannerisms, customs, etc. Of a particular place)?
62. 62. 5. MOOD OR ATMOSPHERE •The emotion you felt at the beginning of the story.