Story Central Level 2 Student Book Pack
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Story Central and The Inks 3 app is a brand-new vocabulary-building game designed for non-native learners of American English aged 8–9 (Primary level A2).
Challenges players by increasing the language level, game speed and points available as they progress through each level and stage Extensive practice material for the Cambridge English Qualifications • New Exam Booster section in the Activity Book • Ideal for students taking the actual exam and for those who just want more exam practice The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan is a high fantasy example of character vs. fate, where Moiraine searches for the prophesied Dragon Reborn, humanity’s weapon against the Dark One. Let’s take a closer look at how Story Central Plus makes testing and grammar a success in the primary classroomExeter University - MA International Film Business - https://www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/creative/film-business-ma/ When your character’s battle is with the environment, weather or wildlife, it’s a nature conflict. In the past, this was often centred on the sea or deserted islands, with the challenge of survival against an untamed, unbeatable force. For a main character struggling alone, you can also layer external and internal conflict. Examples: Brandon Sanderson’s The Final Empire is another epic fantasy. Here, the Skaa live in misery as slaves under the thousand-year-old Lord Ruler’s empire, until a rebel escapes his prison and starts a revolution.
Major TV networks and broadcasters such as CBS Interactive, AMC,SundanceTV, DR (Denmark) and CBC (Canada) continue to develop and prototype shows in a storycentralLAB. To identify a central conflict in a story, ask yourself what the main character’s biggest challenge is: what do they overcome by the end of the story? If the answer is themselves, the central conflict is internal (character vs. self). Otherwise, it’s external (character vs. character, society, technology, nature, fate or supernatural). What Is A Central Conflict And Climax? Another sci-fi example is The Martian by Andy Weir, which sees astronaut Mark stranded alone on Mars, struggling to survive until Earth’s next mission touches down on the red planet.A detailed Cambridge English Qualifications mapping document is available in the Teacher Resource Center. I, Robot by Isaac Asimov is an influential collection of short stories within this conflict, and also science fiction. He defines the Three Laws of Robotics that protect humans, and then pushes them to their limits. Another is Rule of Wolves by Leigh Bardugo, where Nikolai is the charming king with a demon inside, and Zoya is his beautiful but bitter army general, wrestling with childhood trauma as a young woman. This is a good example of dual points of view wherein characters’ internal conflicts contrast.