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ABOUT THIS MODULE

Conflict in a story is everything - it defines the very purpose of the protagonist. We can divide the types of conflict into one of several categories – each category helping to define the antagonist’s role in the story.  They are man vs. man, man vs. self, man vs. society, man vs. nature and man vs. the supernatural.  So in this module, we’re going to explore these various types of conflict and how you can use them to craft a compelling antagonist.
 

IN THIS MODULE

  • 20:20 video that walks you through the various conflict types
  • Illustrated companion guide

LEARN

  • The various types of conflict
  • Person vs. person
  • Person vs. self
  • Person v. society
  • Person v. environment
  • Person vs. supernatural
The videos are a big leap forward for contemporary classroom videos, utilizing clean greenscreen, working professionals and 16:9. The film is well-paced and will be a great addition to classroom instruction. It is designed and constructed in ways both interesting and accessible to student filmmakers. I hope to utilize the material in my classroom!”
 
   - Tom Dunphy, Orange-Ulster BOCES
 
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