Elements of Plot Review

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Elements of plot review

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A long time ago in a galaxy far away, far away . . . Exposition (time and place setting)
So they made a bet that would change both of their lives forever. Inciting Incident (introduces what would probably be the main conflict)
Bilbo faced the spider as well as a man twice his size. Rising Action (not a main conflict, but an exciting minor conflict)
This was the moment Percy had been dreading and preparing for this whole time. Do or die - literally! Climax (this would be the moment of truth)
Springfield was the place where people went to disappear. Exposition (place setting)
Heithcliff became a part of the family in name only. Catherine's future was forever changed that day. Inciting Incident (sounds like Heithcliff and Catherine are uncomfortably involved in each other's lives)
Luke had to make a choice. What would he do with R2D2 and C3PO now that his aunt and uncle were done? Inciting Incident (Luke had to make an uncomfortable choice)
"Snow White is the fairest in all the land," the mirror told the Queen. Rising Action (this information develops the main conflict)
Bella could practically feel James's fingers around her arm as she fled. She wasn't sure the Cullens would be able to save her in time. Rising Action (not the main conflict, but an exciting moment of the story)
There was nothing more frightening to Sarah than being alone during a thunder storm. Exposition (learn character information - external conflict)
That was the last time Percy saw Hades . . . until his next adventure, anyway! Resolution (wraps up the story and hints at Percy's future)
Charlie lived with his parents in a small house at the end of a short street in a nondescript town. Exposition (introduces protagonist and place setting)
The wolf huffed and puffed and blew down the house of sticks as the two little pigs ran to their brother's house. Rising Action (minor conflict that helps develop major conflict)
And they all lived happily ever after. Resolution (gives a peek into the future)
There was a Daddy Bear, who was very big, a Mama Bear, who was middle-sized, and a Baby Bear, who was very small. Exposition (introduces characters)
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