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After reading a passage, students will determine the type of conflict developed by the author (person vs. person, person vs. nature, person vs. self, and person vs. society).
This 40-slide PowerPoint is perfect for introducing your students to the four main types of conflict that can be introduced in a story. The concept of conflict is presented in a step-by-step manner, and it includes a football player analogy to try to engage some of those students who might find this topic a little boring and/or unimportant.
It begins with a review of plot (and a plot diagram). Next, it includes explanations and examples of each of the four types of conflict. It concludes with 10 practice slides where students identify the type of conflict in 10 book summaries.
Person vs. Person
Person vs. Nature
Person vs. Self
Person vs. Society
This PowerPoint includes a 3-page companion handout. Students follow along on the handout, recording answers, as you progress through the PowerPoint.
Here is a brief overview:
Slides 1-2: Title slides
Slides 3-5: Introduction of "conflict" and the football comparison
Slides 6-11: Review of plot diagram and how conflict is included in all parts of the story
Slide 11- Map comparison
Slides 12-15: Introduction of the 4 types of plot (with visuals)
Slides 16-19: Person vs. Person (definition & example slides)
Slides 20-22: Person vs. Nature (definition & example slides)
Slides 23- 25: Person vs. Self (definition & example slides)
Slides 26-28: Person vs. Society (definition & example slides)
Slides 29- 39: Practice Passages- Students read the passages and determine the type of conflict in each
Slide 40: credits
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