The Day the Cisco Kid Shot John Wayne

The Day the Cisco Kid Shot John Wayne
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  • Exposition 
  • You think you're too good for us!
  • Inciting Incident 
  • Welcome to class everyone!
  • Rising Action 
  • Not me, It must have been somebody else 
  • You stepped on my foot, big eyes. And your big eyes are going to get it for that.
  • Papa has decided that he is going to move to the city and out of the country and his brother, Uncle Luis. His brother is not happy with his decision even though he finished high school and has a job in the city because they all grew up in the country 
  • Climax
  • ¿Que hablas español?
  • Hey you! 
  • When Junior gets to school and into class someone he doesn't know tries to trip him, he purposely steps on their foot as hard as he can.  Chango, the person Junior stepped on is now upset with him because of his fearless actions. 
  • Falling Action 
  • Talk Indian then 
  • A blond Indian? 
  • Whenever recess starts Chango and his friends come out a little after Junior does and they confront him about what he did to him in the class. Scared, junior tries to tell him that he has nothing to do with it and that they have the wrong actions. They don't fall for it and things begin to get more physical.
  • Resolution 
  • I'm so excited for the movies!
  • Junior, you sneak in today!
  • The Los Indios have been continuously picking on a boy that looks much different than them and he doesn't speak Spanish. The boy then encountered them after school in a field and began to run away from them afraid of what they would do to him.  
  • After Junior encounters Denver's mom, he realizes that what the Los Indios had been doing to Denver was wrong. He takes Denver to the movies with him and tells all his friends that he is an Indian so that they will accept him and not give him trouble. The friends, reluctant at first eventually allow him to come with them.
  • He's an Indian from Oklahoma
  • Overtime, Denver becomes more and more accepted into the Los Indios. The other members begin to care less about his differences and look at him for the fun, young person he is, and how is so similar to all of them. 
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