1. Use this clustering tool: https://www.nwmissouri.edu/library/courses/conceptMap.html Follow the directions in the left hand corner of the tool. 2. Plot your outline of narrative structure: introduction, rising action, climax, resolution.See the definition of plot in the Glossary, p 1445. Remember — there can be disagreement about elements, especially climax. Introduction: Establishes time, place, character(s), and conflict Rising Action: Major events that move the story forward and sometimes create suspense (choose three to four major events). These events usually add more to the conflict established in the introduction Climax: The moment of greatest tension in the story, usually about 3/4’s of the way through the story Resolution: Concludes the conflict and the story 3. Here is an example of the way to start the ‘clustering’ that illustrates your understanding of the structure of this story. Use the blue bubbles to identify part of the pyramidal pattern of plot. Use the turquoise bubbles to identify your specific answers. Make sure your specific answers are complete enough that I can see you understand how London plotted this story. Save your answers in pictures, and upload using the command next to the paperclip/link — it pictures a sun and a mountain. You will use this image in the discussion posting this week.