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A Little Hero

GROUP 1
AKMAL YUSUFIANTO
ARUM KUSUMA RINI
AULYA RAMADHANTI
AULYA PUSPA
ENDANG PELAYASICA G
SYUKROR RHOZY

Generic Structure
ORIENTATION
The major complication is that Tom was biking around the
village and saw a horse coming near a little girl who stepped
off the pavement at a gallop..

COMPLICATION

It introduces the participants which involve in the story of A


Little Hero. They are Tom, a nursemaid, a little girl, a horse,
and Toms mom. The story took place at the village in the
morning.

RESOLUTION
And then without doubt Tom helped the little girl, and the
horse turned aside for an instant.

CODA
Tom didnt get a medal for his brave action. But her mother
still called him her own hero.

Setting:
Location The village
Time in the morning.

Plot:
INTRODUCTION Tom was just an everyday boy who has a big dream to
becoming a knight and hero. (paragraph 1&2)
RISING ACTION One day, Tom rode his bike around a deserted village. There was
no one there except a nursemaid, and a little girl. Suddenly, he saw a horse coming
toward him at a gallop. Just then, a little girl stepped off the pavement to cross the
same street as the running horse. (paragraph 3&4)

CLIMAX Without doubt, Tom helped the little girl. Before the horse coming in
front of the girl, Tom bike his bicycle faster and leaped it off, and push himself
in front of the little girl. (paragraph 5)
FALLING ACTION The horse turned aside from an instant, it knocked down
Tom. The nursemaid come closer to the little girl then petted the child. Tom
came home with pain that horse left. (paragraph 6)

DENOUEMENT although Tom didnt get a medal for his brave


action. His mother still called him her own dear little hero. (paragraph
7)

Conflict
External

Tom wanted to help the little girl who stepped


off the pavement to cross the street as the
running horse run to.

Internal

He wish he was a knight and a hero who were


black coats and slaying dragon.

Character
1. Tom

Protagonist, brave, and dare to


dream big (Main Character)

2. A little girl

Careless and sloppy.

3. A nursemaid
4. Toms Mother
5. Horse

Kind and helpful


Kind and cheerful

Antagonist and predictable

Point Of View
OMNISCIENT OBJECTIVE
Because, the story appears as though a camera is following the characters,
going anywhere, and recording only what is seen and heard. The reader is placed
in the position of spectator without the author there to explain. We can know all
of Tom's thought and what Tom feels. We also can know every places and
situation, because the story will always follow and knows what Tom faces or
feels.

Theme
A hero doesnt always need a medal.

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