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Exposition - we learn background about the story, like the setting and characters. Then there is an inciting incident, that brings the main characters out of balance.
Here I am in school, everything is totally normal! Hey, where's my dad?
Conflict: something gets in the way of the protagonist.
All I want is my daughter back but will the court let me have it?
Rising Action / Complications: We learn more details about the story, including obstacles for the protagonist.
I'm being framed for a crime I didn't commit! I have to prove my innocence to get back to my daughter.
Climax: This is the high point of the action, or the crisis point.
The evidence I needed is buried in a chest at this beach - I've found it!
Falling Action: Now the climax has finished, the story line wraps up.
Now, I can present this find to the court and I'll get to see my daughter again!
Resolution or Revelation: The story comes to an end and the plotlines are completed.
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