The Raft

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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • Robie is teen girl that lives on a island off the coast off Hawaii. Shes visiting family in Hawaii when suddenly her aunt is called to work. Robie is left alone in Hawaii but decides to get on a pane home early.
  • Climax
  • When she was on the plane it hit a storm and the plane lost an engine, but the weight was to much and the plane started going down. Robie managed to get off along with the copilot Max. This is a character vs Nature situation. Robie and Max are now stranded on the raft with no water and only a bag of skittles.
  • Falling Action
  • As Robie and Max are drifting the raft starts leaking. Max is asleep so Robie rolls him off the edge and ties him to the boat. She starts fixing the leak but the boat flips and the skittles fall. Robie is in distress when she sees that max has floated away. Suddenly Max climbs back on the boat, Robie is re-leaved. One day Robie spots a island in the distance. They beach and Robie start exploring. Suddenly she came across Max's dead body!
  • Resolution
  • Robie is devastated. She cant believe that she has been hallucinating the whole time! One morning Robie wakes up to see a boat off shore! She is sure she's hallucinating again. Then a few people come on shore. She calls out to them... they call back! Robie is saved! She is so happy that she falls into thier arms and breaks down crying.
  • It turns out that the boat was a scientist ship coming to research the island. They take Robie on board. She tells them all that happened and her name. They get her food, water and new cloths. As she is looking through the items of the wreckage when she comes upon max's necklace! How did it get there? She may never know.
  • Finally Robie gets a phone call home. Her mom answers and they both cry with relief. Robie is on her way home!
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