# V4 - Plot Structure revised V4A

Today's plan
1. Grammar: used to/would       and direct/indirect speech
You can talk about habits/situations in the past + you can restate what others have said
2. Revise plot structure: Quiz!
You can identify different elements of plot structure and use the diagram to plot it
3. Start new short story

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This lesson contains 19 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.

Lesson duration is: 60 min

## Items in this lesson

Today's plan
1. Grammar: used to/would       and direct/indirect speech
You can talk about habits/situations in the past + you can restate what others have said
2. Revise plot structure: Quiz!
You can identify different elements of plot structure and use the diagram to plot it
3. Start new short story

#### Slide 1 -Slide

Grammar time
Grammar (online method):
U3L4: Ex. 13 (used to/would) (see instructions/reference book)

U3L4 Ex. 14 (direct/indirect speech) (see instructions/reference book)

You need to do at least 1 grammar exercise. Done? Work on homework (method, RT, BC). We will continue with literature around 9.55 AM.

#### Slide 3 -Slide

Back to Literature
Last week: theme and plot structure

#### Slide 4 -Slide

The sequence of events that make up a story is called...
A
Exposition
B
Plot
C
Climax
D
Setting

#### Slide 5 -Quiz

Setting is the ____________ of the story
A
Problem
B
Solution
C
Time and place
D
Plot

#### Slide 6 -Quiz

This is the introduction of the story where we are introduced to the main characters and the setting of the story
A
Falling action
B
Resolution
C
Rising Action
D
Exposition

#### Slide 7 -Quiz

When the problem begins to calm down or starts to get better...
A
Falling action
B
Rising action
C
Exposition
D
Resolution

#### Slide 8 -Quiz

Which shape do we use to analyse the plot structure? (2 correct answers)
A
B
C
D

#### Slide 9 -Quiz

What is a landlady? / where would you find one?

#### Slide 10 -Mind map

Take notes on:
The setting (when, where, surrounding elements)
The characters (who, age, appearance, characteristics)

There will be some questions in the Lesson Up too.
(take 30 seconds to grab a notebook/paper to take notes on) + look up the text on Itslearning (sources --> literature --> Stories and novels --> The Landlady)
+ Homework for Thursday: Finish reading the Landlady (text is on Itslearning + you can find audio recordings on YouTube)

#### Slide 12 -Video

00:32
Where does Billy come from?
A
Bath
B
Swindon
C
London

#### Slide 13 -Quiz

00:32
Where is Billy going?
A
London
B
Bath
C
Swindon
D

#### Slide 14 -Quiz

01:47
Take a moment to finish your notes on the character Billy Weaver. What does brisk mean? What can we infer about Billy?

#### Slide 15 -Slide

04:06
A boarding house is another term for which sort of accommodation?
A
Pub
B
Bed and Breakfast
C
Hotel
D
Hostel

#### Slide 16 -Quiz

05:16
What is so odd about what just happened to Billy here?

07:35