Are you looking for a way to structure your story and make it more engaging? Freytag’s Pyramid Story Structure is a great way to do just that. This story structure was developed by German playwright Gustav Freytag in the 19th century and is still used today by writers and storytellers.
Freytag’s Pyramid Story Structure is based on five parts: exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. The exposition is the introduction to the story, where the characters and setting are introduced. The rising action is the part of the story where the conflict is introduced and the characters are faced with challenges. The climax is the most exciting part of the story, where the characters must make a decision or take action to resolve the conflict. The falling action is the part of the story where the characters deal with the consequences of their decisions. Finally, the resolution is the part of the story where the conflict is resolved and the characters are left with a sense of closure.
In this course, you will learn how to use Freytag’s Pyramid Story Structure to structure your story. You will learn how to create an engaging story by introducing characters and setting in the exposition, developing the conflict in the rising action, creating suspense in the climax, and resolving the conflict in the resolution. You will also learn how to use the falling action to create a sense of closure.
By the end of this course, you will have a better understanding of how to structure your story using Freytag’s Pyramid Story Structure. You will be able to create stories that are engaging and have a satisfying resolution. So, if you’re looking for a way to structure your story and make it more engaging, this course is for you. Sign up today and start writing stories that will captivate your readers!