The Lord Of the Rings Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief Conflict: Human vs. Society Setting the Scene: The house in the morning and the newspaper rounds. Climax: When Jud dies and the scene with the mother at the house. Falling Action: On the train to Thornton and the farm scenes. Climax 2 : When Billy sees the nest full of Kestrels. Falling Action: When he decides to train one of them. 1. 2. Bradford, England- The Newspaper Shop, Billy’s House, The Train Station and the Hill overlooking the Pit Thornton, England- Mr. Brown’s farm and Mr. Breekin’s farm 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Protagonist: Billy Casper- poor, small, 15 years old, thief, neglected, uneducated Antagonist: Jud- mean, strong, powerf ul, bully, Billy's brother Mr. Green- nice, kind, happy, busy Mr. Breekins- mean, harsh, sad, unfriendly Mr. Brown/ Ms. Brown- nice, kind, helpful, smart Ben Nodful- nice, loving, happy, fun, friendly The story that I wrote is depressing but also uplifting. It is a little bit depressing when Jud dies and the mother decides to leave Billy and to go live with her boyfriend. It is uplifting when Billy finds the new job and when he finds the nest full of kestrels and decides to train one of them. The story is focused on a 15 year old boy named Billy and his adventures at that place and time. My message to the reader is in every place and at every time there is always hope. For example: When Billy was going though all of those hard times with his family, he fought through it all and it turned out well when he got a job on a farm with nice people and had a chance to train another kestrel. Limited Omniscient: what the narrator knows and sees is restricted to what one central character can know and see. This limited perspective can explain things differently from a first person point of view. 1. 2. 3. VSS: “No one answers.”, “He answers calmly.” Simile: “The trees look like humongous broccoli.” Onomatopoeia: “Smash!” I first brainstormed ideas for my story, then I wrote a first draft of my story and then I left it for a day and read it again to see if the meaning was clear. I took out sections that were repetitive and shortened some sentences to achieve the word count. My Mom helped me revise my story by changing some spelling errors and helping me put commas in the right place. John Taghavi also read my story to give me some feedback.