Plot Twist Worksheets To Print:
Twist vs. Point - What are the differences between these two aspects of a story?
Holes - We explore the work of Louis Sachar in this young adult novel.
vs. Turning Point - We look at another term that students often confuse with this concept.
Eucatastrophe - This is where things look to be very bleek and then a serious turn in right direction occurs.
All Mediums - We explore this very popular narrative technique in
books, television, and film.
Analysis - This is to be used to help you break apart a novel and make sense of it.
Fight Club - Some people swear they saw this one coming a mile away because of how the work presents itself.
Pinpoint It - At exactly what page do you see these turns come about?
The Best Ever! - Think back to every story you have read. What really blew your mind?
Piece it In - See if you can add this technique into a work that you have previously completed.
Brainstorming - This walks you through the steps to take to come up with ideas.
Writing Them - This helps you determine where adding this technique would bring the most desired effect for your audience.
The Red Herring - A red herring is something used to distract someone from
something that is relevant or important. In literature and film, a red herring typically takes the form of misinformation or false clues.
The Basics - This is for teachers who just want to brush over the concept with their students.