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Ashley Wright

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Conflict or Resolution?! YOU tell me!

The conflict in a story is when a character experiences a struggle. This can happen between characters or can happen when a character clashes with an outside influence. Sometimes characters even have conflict with themselves while they struggle with something going on! When you identify the conflict in a story, you find the problem. The resolution happens when characters solve a problem, resolve a conflict and wrap the story up. It usually happens towards the end, or conclusion, of a story. 1. Click add to add your response. 2. Read the examples of conflicts and resolutions on the slide. 3. Use your arrow to drag each example to the correct column. 4. On the second slide use the mic or label to explain one example of a conflict and one example of a resolution. You can use one from a book, movie, your life, or make one up! 5. Click the check to submit your response.

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, English Language Arts
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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