Man vs Nature
Updated: 5/10/2018
Man vs Nature
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Types of Conflict In Literature

By Katherine Docimo

Storyboard That is the perfect way to engage high school ELA students, and teach them to identify types of literary conflict. Visual cues in storyboards bring heady concepts, such as Man vs. Society and Man vs. Self, down to earth through “comic-strip” style illustrations and captions. Teachers can create fun and easy-to-assess classwork that tasks high-school students with creating storyboards focusing on the types of conflict in literature.


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Storyboard Description

Conflict in Literature: Man Vs. Nature external conflict in literature storyboard

Storyboard Text

  • I'm going to defeat the _______ that's been terrorizing my town!
  • I know it's somewhere in these dark woods...
  • You leave my town alone, beast!
  • Ok.
  • The hero must overcome a force of nature to meet his goal.
  • Nature can be a force of nature (like a storm, earthquake, or difficult climate), OR an animal or mythical creature.
  • In literature, the hero sometimes meets his goal, but sometimes is defeated.