Walrus and Carpenter Storyboard

Walrus and Carpenter Storyboard

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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Conflict
  • When the walrus and carpenter convinced the young oysters to go with them.
  • Climax
  • 1.The Carpenter and the Walrus try and get the oysters to come out of the water and walk with them. 2.When the oysters rest on the boulder/rock. 3.They talked about cabbages and kings and shoes and ships and sealing wax. 4.They go eat at the diner. 5.The elder oyster stayed in the oyster bed.
  • Falling Action
  • The conflict was that the walrus didn’t want to eat the oysters and he felt bad for them. 
  • Resolution
  • The oysters figured out they were going to be eaten.
  • They ate every single oyster until they were full.
  • The walrus was sad and crying after he felt bad for eating the oysters. But the carpenter was happy and full so he regret nothing.
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