I am Malala

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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • They should have followed purdah and stayed inside!
  • Conflict
  • THE TALIBAN CAN'T STOP US! WE ARE THE PEOPLE OF SWAT VALLEY! GIRLS SHOULD GO TO SCHOOL! WE DESERVE THAT!
  • On July 12th, 1997, Malala was born. Then her brothers Atal and Kushal came along. Although, people wanted males to be born, the father was very happy when she was born.
  • Climax
  • Then, the Taliban came and started bombing and killing Them. They had complete power. People would join them, as they were frightened and did not want to be killed.
  • Falling Action
  • Schools were being bombed, and the people kept dying. Malala would speak out against the Taliban because they were saying girls cant go to school, and must stay in purdah. She wasn't scared, as she didn't think the Taliban would hurt a child.
  • Resolution
  • Everyone has the right to go to school so don't stop them!
  • Malala was on the way home from school one day. On the bus, Malala was shot. Two other girls were hit too, one in the shoulder and hand, and the other was grazed.
  • Malala was soon airlifted to the Pakistani hospital. She was then transported to Birmingham, where she still many surgeries to go. Her parents came a while later.
  • Malala soon fully recovered. She then went on speaking to the world about how everyone should have the right to go to school. She is the youngest Nobel prize winner, and is remembered because of her acts for equality, not for being shot.
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