The Veldt by : John Rafafcz

The Veldt by : John  Rafafcz
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  • What happened here!!!!
  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Climax
  • What do you mean? we did nothing.
  • What did you do tell the truth!!!!!
  • George and Lydia are introduced and there futuristic house. They are in there home that does everything for them.They go to the nursery that changes the place to what you want. They go and see Africa in the room. They worry about the room. This is the exposition because it introduces the characters and the problem.
  • Falling action
  • Try not to give the kids to much
  • The parents George and Lydia notice that the nursery isn't working properly so they try to figure it out.  The problem gets worse. They go in the nursery and notice that there are lions.  This is the rising action because The problem is getting worse and worse and there is no solution in sight.
  • resolution
  • This part of the story all the characters are trying to make there own points. and are all mad at each other. The kids say they didn't mess with the nursery but the parents think they did. This the climax because it is the turning point.  The characters got in a big mess.
  • Theme
  • In this part of the story a psychologist comes and gives plans to help the family. He tells the parents tips to make there kids appreciate what they have. This is the falling action because there is a solution in sight and the characters start understanding everything
  • In this part of the story The parents finally decide to do something instead of nothing. But the kids come up with a plan to trap the parents. They scream so the parents go downstairs and go in the nursery and the the door shuts. This is the resolution because the story ends. And although the parents problem isn't solved the kids is!
  • The theme is to appreciate what you have because some people may not have what you have. And always make sure you help instead of I want and need.
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