What is a medium in storytelling?
For your story, the medium is (a large part of) the message The story must change to fit the medium and the choices made in those changes can be benefits or detriments to the audience’s enjoyment. Matching medium and story is an art and is not always a straightforward choice.
What is the difference between story and plot?
Story is the timeline: the sequence of events in your narrative. The point of a plot is to support a story: to make a story come to life. The basic ‘story’ question is ‘what happens next? ‘ Plot is what happens: the sequence of events inside a story.
Does the event in the plot lead to another?
The plot is the sequence of events in a story. Each event causes or leads to the next. Events of the plot reveal a problem called the conflict. The situation and the characters involved are revealed in the exposition of the plot.
How do you identify events in a story?
Identifying the sequence of events in a story means you can pinpoint its beginning, its middle, and its end. Once you can identify each of these core components, you can retell the story in the order in which it occurred. Sequencing is a key component in reading comprehension.
What drives the plot of a story?
Often what drives the plot is the hero’s need to find the object and use it for good, before the villain can use it for evil, or if the object has been broken by the villains, to retrieve each piece that must be gathered from each antagonist to restore it, or, if the object itself is evil, to destroy it.
What are the events in the story?
Events: The things that happen in a story. Sequence: The order in which events happen.
What are some uncommon story structures?
It could be fun.
- VIGNETTE. Typically a vignette is defined as something that is incomplete, an impressionistic scene that centers around one moment, and gives the reader an image of a person, place, or idea.
- SLICE OF LIFE.
- ALL DIALOGUE.
- CHOOSE YOUR OWN PATH.
- SECOND PERSON.
How many ways can a story be told?
Storytelling has changed over the years due to the rise of technology. There are now 4 different ways to tell a story: through images, videos, books and blogs.