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Paul Fischer, his brother Erik, and his parents, live in Texas, and they are getting ready to move to Tangerine, Florida. They are moving because their dad is changing jobs, to Florida.
Exposition: Paul Fischer, his brother, Erik, and his parents, are getting ready to move from Texas to Florida. They are moving because their dad is moving jobs to Florida.
Conflict: There are a couple conflicts in Tangerine, but one main conflict involves Paul and his family. It seems that Paul's dad focuses more on Erik, rather than Paul. Erik has his whole big football dream, and that is why his dad is so focused on him. Paul's mom acts better than his dad, because she pays attention to Paul and Erik equally. Even though this is a horrible conflict, Paul starts to not care so much anymore because he is so used to it.
Falling Action: Can it get even crazier? Arthur just got arrested! The police showed up at the Fischer's house and they are handcuffing Arthur. Arthur is blaming it all on Erik, but Erik is fighting back.
Rising Action: This is Paul walking into his new school, Tangerine Middle School. His old school, Lake Windsor High School, got flooded and destroyed. Paul begged his mom to change schools, and she finally let him. Paul is getting excited, but also nervous, to see what it's like at Tangerine Middle School.
Climax: This is crazy. Tino and Victor just came to the football banquet, and they are punching, kicking, and hitting Erik and Arthur. The other football players got angry and tried to beat up Tino and Victor, but Victor got away. Tino got stuck, but Paul came and jumped the football player, and Tino ran away.
Resolution: Paul ended up switching to a new school, where things are turning out much better. His parents learn to pay attention to Erik and Paul equally, which makes Paul so thankful. Paul and Erik really start to get along, and everything is finally going the right way.
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