Narrative Structure - ¨The Monsters are Due on Maple Street'

Narrative Structure - ¨The Monsters are Due on Maple Street'
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The theme of "Monsters on Due on Maple Street", a teleplay by Rod Serling, is don't make a situation worse than it already is because this could make everyone jump to conclusions. In Paragraph 6, Tommy says that the undescriptive object in the sky is aliens and he jumped to a conclusion. He also killed an innocent neighbor. This shows that when someone jumps to a conclusion it could cause something that shouldn't be caused. In conclusion, don't make things worse than it already is.

Storyboard Text

  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • People live on a street named Maple Street. They are all neighbors and know each other well.
  • Climax
  • The Problem is the Power goes out after everyone sees something in the sky.
  • Falling Action
  • In the distance, they see a dark figure appear. This dark figure appears to be coming towards them.
  • Resolution
  • After the group sees the monster coming towards them, one of the members from the group grabs a shotgun. They shoot the figure and kill it.
  • When the figure dies, they all run towards the dead figure. It appears to be one of their neighbors.
  • The conclusion of this episode is all the lights start to work in a certain pattern. Also, it was monsters on a roof that was controlling the power outage.
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