Storytelling Structure TemplateStructural Template Storytelling
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To make a compelling performance, take a page from the scriptwriter's script. Writers use scriptwriters' utilities to build a sound structure and history. Sid Field is regarded as the sire of Hollywood's original film. Field uses the three-act structure suggested by Aristotle in his work Screenplay to build the Syd Field paradigm, as shown below.
Notice that in popular films the second act was often twice as long as the first and third acts: - ACT 1 tells the tale by presenting roles, building connections, and justifying the unsatisfied wish of the character who keeps the action in place. They all have a beginning, a center and an end.
There is a crucial point at which the beginning merges into the centre and the centre into the end. The box opens these grid points. Plots are points that can be described as any occurrence, happening or happening that turns the narrative in a different way. Every dot shows the history for a variety.
Template for the storyline structure
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.2.5 - Describe the overall structure of a history, complete with a description of how the beginning begins the history and the end ends the operation. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.4.5 - Discuss big discrepancies between poetry, dramas and fiction and refer to the structure of poetry (e.g. strophe, rythm, meter) and dramas (e.g. castings of personalities, attitudes, descriptions, dialogues, instructions for the stage) when you write or speak about a text.
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.5.5 - Describe how a set of sections, sequences or punches fit together to deliver the overall structure of a particular storyline, play or poet. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.6.5 - Analyse how a particular phrase, section, scene or verse blends into the overall structure of a text and helps develop the subject, attitude or storyline.
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.8.5 - Compare and compare the structure of two or more text and analyse how the different structure of each text adds to its meanings and styles. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.9-10.5 - Analyse how an author's decisions about structuring a text, arranging the text (e.g. simultaneous plots) and manipulating timing (e.g. tempo, flashbacks) produce such an effect as enigma, suspense or astonishment.
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.11-12.5 - Analyse how an author's decisions regarding the structure of certain parts of a text (e.g. the option where a narrative should begin or end, the option to offer a comic or a dramatic solution) add to its overall structure and significance as well as to its aesthetical effect.