Plot Line ‘Hansel and Gretel’

Hello everyone! Here is something that I have done about plot line. Let me explain a little about plot line. Every story has a plot, its called the plot line. Plot consist of 5 different parts of the story.They are,
-exposition (introduction like, who, when and where)
-Rising action (events that takes the reader to the climax of the story)
-Climax (The main problem or events of the story)
-Falling action (what happens after climax E.g. solution)
-Resolution (problem solving + reflection of the story)

Hope you enjoy my short presentation!

Hansel and Gretel

In the beginning of the story, Hansel and Gretel were ask by their parent to find wood at the jungle. Hansel lays a trail with white pebbles so they went home safely. They also did the same thing on the second day.

On the 3rd day, they use pieces of bread instead of pebbles and the bread were eaten by birds so they couldn’t find their way home. Then, they find a beautiful cottage. there was an old woman at the cottage and ask them to eat and get some rest, but the woman was a wicked witch so she put Hansel to a cage and forces Gretel to be her slave.

The witch wanted to eat Hansel, but she also wanted to eat Gretel, The witch pretend to ask her check if the oven was hot enough but Gretel pretend to not understand what the witch said so the witch demonstrate it to her and Gretel push the witch to the oven.

Then, Gretel saved her brother and they found a vast treasure and precious stones. They went home with a help from swan ferries. They only met their father at home, their mom was died with unknown cause and their father very delightful for his children. And they live happily ever after. The End.

From this story, We need to learn that we can’t just trust any stranger that we met in our live.

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