Huckleberry Finnin Seikkailut Plot Kaavio

Päivitetty: 4/6/2017
Huckleberry Finnin Seikkailut Plot Kaavio
Löydät kuvakäsikirjoituksen seuraavissa artikkeleissa ja resurssit:
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Lesson Plans

Seikkailut Huckleberry Finnin Mark Twain

Oppituntisuunnitelmat Elizabeth Pedro

Seikkailut Huckleberry Finn on uusi täynnä seikkailua ja petoksen noin nuoren pojan, Huck Finn ja karannut orja, Jim, jotka selviävät sarjan esteitä.


Seikkailut Huckleberry Finnin

Kuvakäsikirjoitus Kuvaus

Seikkailut Huckleberry Finnin Yhteenveto Tontin Kaavio

Kuvakäsikirjoitus Teksti

  • EXPOSITION
  • You will act civilized. You will attend church and go to school.
  • CONFLICT
  • RISING ACTION
  • RISING ACTION
  • Huck is an orphan living with Miss Watson. He is extremely bored and cannot stand to be there. Suddenly, Pap shows up and wants Huck and his fortune.
  • RISING ACTION
  • Why don't we just get the key and get him out?
  • Huck is forced to live like a prisoner with his drunk Pap. He fakes his death to escape. After that, Huck is left to survive on his own.
  • CLIMAX
  • Huck fakes his own death and escapes down the river where he finds Jim, a runaway slave. They become a team and move down the river to bring Jim to freedom.
  • FALLING ACTION
  • Huck and Jim rescue two rapscallions, the King and Duke. After awhile, Huck is disgusted by their stealthy actions and determined to find a way to escape from them.
  • RESOLUTION
  • The King and Duke secretly sell Jim to Tom Sawyer's aunt and uncle. Tom and Huck spend weeks working together on an elaborate plan to free Jim.
  • Where is the adventure in that?
  • Tom and Huck follow through with the plan. They are shot at as they run away . Tom is injured, and Huck finds a doctor.
  • Tom wakes up at home and proudly reveals all of the details of the great adventure of Jim's escape. He is disappointed when he hears Jim was recaptured.
  • Huck learns that Jim is already a free man and his Pap has died. Tom's mother, Aunt Polly, agrees to adopt Huck and will civilize him.
  • You will come home with me. I will do what I can to civilize you.