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Plot Vocabulary Matching
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by Jean Brown
| 1 Question
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8 pts
  • the primary problem that drives the plot of the story, often a main goal for the main character to achieve or overcome.
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  • the introduction to a story, including the primary characters' names, setting, mood, and time.
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  • everything that happens as a result of the climax, including wrapping-up of plot points, questions being answered, and character development
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  • not always happy, but it does complete the story. It can leave a reader with questions, answers, frustration, or satisfaction.
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  • the most exciting point of the story, and is a turning point for the plot or goals of the main
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  • all of the events that lead to the climax, including character changes and events that create suspense.
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  • all of the people or animals in a piece of literary work.
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  • the main events of a play, novel, movie, or similar work, devised and presented by the author in sequence.
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