Part 4 Part 4 of 4: Writing Up Your Analysis
- Start with a thesis statement. This is a brief summary of the main argument you will be making about the story.
- Describe your overall impressions of the story. Once you’ve analyzed the component parts of the story, you may have a stronger impression of what it is about and how
- Discuss whether you feel the story is successful.
Other Question and Answers that can be helpful for you
1. What steps would you take to analyze a story?
“The first step in the analysis is to break the story into its literary elements. Let’s start with identifying the characters.” Step 1. Identifying Characters and Plot Elements “Make a list of the main characters.” The groups will most likely list the three pigs and the wolf.
2. How to analyze a story like a master writer?
- Setting. When and where a story takes place can be profoundly significant.
- Plot. Story lines usually follow patterns like those in the example below.
- Characters. Characters are the driving force behind stories, both major characters and minor ones, and authors use them to broadcast their most important messages.
3. How do you find the objective in a story?
- “Why did the character do that?”
- “How did that action help the character?”
- “Can you tell me more about X detail?”
- “What do you think will happen next?”
4. How to “ask” a story?
Asking this series of questions will result in an original story that mirrors the one from the story script, but that has its own details and flair. Here are some examples of stories that real classes have created through this process: