BW 10th Grade 8/14: Subject-Verb Agreement, Abbreviations, Numbers, Colon or Dash Jim Browk hold the nfl record for touchdowns one hundred twentysix. FORESHADOWING • The plot of the story is a series of related events. These events take place as one or more characters take steps to resolve a conflict, or problem of some kind. Some events are hinted at through the use of foreshadowing. Plot? • the main events of a play, novel, movie, or similar work, devised and presented by the writer as an interrelated sequence. Climax • the most intense, exciting, or important point of something; a culmination or apex. Resolution • The resolution of a story most often happens at the end of the book; it's the event resolves the conflict occurring in the story and provides a conclusion. • Each event in “The Most Dangerous Game” will make you curious about what will happen next. That curiosity is called suspense. • As you read, look for examples of foreshadowing that hint at what might happen later in the plot. Watch this preview… • http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_fault _in_our_stars/ • What do you predict this movie will be about? • Do you think it will be sad or happy? Why? • What will be the major conflict in this move? • Before you read “The Most Dangerous Game,” take a few minutes to make predictions using a “plot impression.” Plot impressions work like this: You are given some details from the story. Then you weave the details together to create an impression of the plot as you predict it might be. Here are the details for your plot impression of “The Most Dangerous Game.” What do you predict “the most dangerous game” is? Key Details • • • • • • Rainsford, a big-game hunter General Zaroff, another hunter Man overboard Fierce dogs Ship-Trap Island A trap Plot Impression?