ELA-Literacy.RL.6.3: Describe how a particular story’s or drama’s plot unfolds in a series of episodes as well as how the characters respond or change as the plot moves towards a resolution.
pg 18,l. 81-82). Each story comes with an idea, but algebra is what makes story be read by readers. There is an“ implicate framework that must underlie a story” (C. pg.18,l.85-86). The implicate frame work in algebraic, the arc that holds the story together. The arc has five key components called the exposition, rising action, climax, Falling action and then the denouement. The exposition set’s up the plot and characters. Then comes the rising action where there is a conflict, that will get the reader’s attention. The climax is where we can see the end of the conflict, but it is not solved yet. The falling action is where the conflict is finally solved, but can sometimes have a little bit of drama at the end. The denouement is the final component in the arc, it is where the story is ending with a sigh of relief. The fire and algebra while hold the story and be read by reader’s.
The novel starts with a preamble that actually pace sets the panorama for the proceeding actions and is split into two sections. The first section defines two
After the climax, the story continues with the falling action. The falling action includes the events directly following the climax and preceding the resolution. The author uses the falling action to answer previous questions in the story, while also presenting an unexpected scenario that continues to
In the late 1940’s a man named Joseph Campbell shared his Mythic principal with the world. He explains that there is a three-stage formula that he calls a Hero Journey which is the structure of every story. Though most stories are completely different on the outside, the stories are almost structured around these three stages. Stage 1 is the hero leaves the everyday world and enters another world. While Stage 2 the hero is challenged by opposing forces and must pass a series a test throughout the movie. That will then determine who will be victorious, either the hero or the opposing forces. Stage 3 is tied into Stage 2 because if the hero is victorious, they will return to the ordinary world with a gift for the world.
The first phase of the hero’s journey archetype is called the “ordinary world.” according to Christopher Vogler, this is the stage in which “The hero, uneasy, uncomfortable or unaware, is introduced sympathetically so the audience can identify with the situation or dilemma.” In the beginning of the story, the author discusses how the story makes him uncomfortable:
is about. Thus, from the beginning of the story until almost the end, there is an
In the final analysis, characters from both stories carried with them a dream that inevitably led them to irrational thinking and an ultimate downfall. In simple
The common formula for these second act, rehashed tales often disappoint. The thrill is gone and producer’s resort to trickery such as, far fetched story lines and metaphors to capture our attention. They have to dig deeper into the psyche and personal lives of the leading cast, which often leaves a lackluster taste on our cinematic palates. It is very difficult to spin the same old tale time after time, this
The sequence in a film has four parts which are length, ownership, tension, and framework. The length is what is based on for example in the climax scene in Max it is centered on the kidnapping of Justin’s Dad. Justin’s
is a pattern of narrative that appears in drama, storytelling, myth, religious ritual, and psychological development. It describes the typical adventure of the archetype known as The Hero in twelve stages.