4 Written Questions
3 Multiple Choice Questions
- The high point of the plot or rising action. It is close to the end and precedes the resolution to the events.
- This works against the protangonist and can cause conflicts and problems. They can be the protagonist's thoughts, decisions, actions, or nature; other characters' actions, words, or decisions; or the setting.
- The main character, the one who has problems to solve.
3 True/False Questions
flat characters → Characters who change as they live through events, make decisions, interact with others, and solve problems.
plot and rising action → The events that the protagonist and other characters live through. This becomes more intense as the story ends.
setting → Where and when the story takes place; there can be more then one place.