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Literary Elements - Conflict Activity Bundle {CCSS Aligned}

Literary Elements - Conflict Activity Bundle {CCSS Aligned}
Literary Elements - Conflict Activity Bundle {CCSS Aligned}
Literary Elements - Conflict Activity Bundle {CCSS Aligned}
Literary Elements - Conflict Activity Bundle {CCSS Aligned}
Literary Elements - Conflict Activity Bundle {CCSS Aligned}
Literary Elements - Conflict Activity Bundle {CCSS Aligned}
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**Introduction to Conflict Worksheet
-Have students learn about the basic elements of conflict! This handout provides definitions for the categories (internal and external) as well as the types of conflict (man vs. man, man vs. nature, man vs. self). Additionally, students are able to explore each type of conflict through guided questions.
-ANSWER KEY INCLUDED

**Conflict Exploration Worksheet
-Designed to use while read a short story or excerpt. This worksheet guides students through identifying the major types of conflict that influence and impact the plot and characters within the story.

**Internal Conflict Activity -Who Would You Save?
-This lesson is a fun (and a little morbid) way to introduce students to the idea of internal conflict. This activity provides student the opportunity to personally experience internal conflict by trying to answer the simple question - WHO WOULD YOU SAVE? Follow-up questions are designed for students to reflect on the activity and their participation in it. Makes for a great class discussion! Perfectly complements the short stories, "The Lady or the Tiger" by Frank Stockton and "The Greatest Good of the Greatest Number" by Gertrude Atherton.

**Plot & Conflict Quiz
-Multiple-choice, true/false, and short answer questions
-Covers: the plot diagram (exposition, rising action, conflict, climax, falling action, resolution, cliffhanger) and the types of conflict (external, internal, man v. self, man v. man, man v. society, man v. nature, man v. fate, man v. technology)
-Do your students need a reference guide to study these terms? Download the FREE Literary Elements Glossary
-ANSWER KEY INCLUDED

**Plot & Conflict Quiz (Accommodated)
-Matching, true/false, and short answer questions
-Covers: the plot diagram (exposition, rising action, conflict, climax, falling action, resolution, cliffhanger) and the types of conflict (external, internal, man v. self, man v. man, man v. nature, man v. fate)
-ANSWER KEY INCLUDED
Total Pages
14 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
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