All Summer in a Day

All Summer in a Day
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  • EXPOSITION
  • Look, look; see for yourself !
  • Do the scientists really know? Will it happen today, will it?
  • You're lying, you don't remember ! 
  • CONFLICT
  • It's like a fire, in a stove.
  • Aw, you didn't write that!
  • RISING ACTION
  • I think the sun is a flower, That blooms for one hour.
  • William!
  • In Margot's class, many of her classmates think that she is different. They don't believe that she knows about the sun and how great it is. Margot is sad about her move to Venus from her home on Earth in Ohio because of the continuous rain on Venus.
  • CLIMAX
  • No!
  • The conflict in the story is between Margot and her classmates. She has experienced things that the others have not and they are jealous.  Additionally, nobody believes her because she is "different" and a new student.
  • FALLING ACTION
  • Much, much better!
  • Margot and her classmates are talking about the sun and what it might look like. They either wrote an essay, a poem, or a small story about the sun.Most people don't know about the sun like Margot since it has been seven years since they've seen the sun.
  • RESOLUTION
  • Just before the sun comes out, the classmates lock Margot in a closet. Suddenly, the sound of the pouring rain stops and the children go outside. All of them forget about Margot and leave her sad and alone in the dark.
  • Hey, everyone, let's put her in a closet before the teacher comes !
  • As the sun comes out, the children see how bright and beautiful it is. They race out like wild animals as they feel the warmth of the sun. However, the sun quickly fades away and the rain comes back.
  • Oh, it's better than the sun lamps, isn't it?
  • As the students come back inside from playing in the sun, one person remembers not letting Margot out of the closet. Everyone then rushes to the closet and o the door.  When the door is opened, you just see a heartbroken Margot sitting on the ground and guilt on the students faces.
  • Margot!
  • What?
  • She's still in the closet where we locked her.
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