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Types of Conflict

Conflict 1 Man Versus Self
Conflict 1 Man Versus Self

Find external & internal conflict with types of conflict. In the literary conflict lesson plan: Man vs. Man, Man vs. Nature, Man vs. Society, & Man vs. Self

Conflict 2 Man Versus Society
Conflict 2 Man Versus Society

The man versus society conflict is when a protagonist has a strong belief against the majority of the community or surroundings and decides to act on it. Since this type of conflict is between a character and an outside group, it is classified as an external conflict.

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Conflict 5 Man Versus Supernatural
Conflict 5 Man Versus Supernatural

Quick Answer. In the strictest sense, the conflict between man and the supernatural can be described as a conflict between man and anything that is not of nature. Supernatural is defined "that which is beyond nature or explainable by natural law.".

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Man vs Fate/Supernatural
Man vs Fate/Supernatural

Person vs. Supernatural. Superficially, conflict with the supernatural may seem equivalent to conflict with fate or God, or representative of a struggle with an evocation of self (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde) or nature (The Birds). But this category stands on its own feet as well.

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Man vs Machine
Man vs Machine

Man versus machine: A more contemporary type of conflict, this situation results from humans involved in a struggle with manmade machines. This is an external conflict. The Terminator series is an example of this type of conflict.

Man vs Man
Man vs Man

Find external & internal conflict with types of conflict. In the literary conflict lesson plan: Man vs. Man, Man vs. Nature, Man vs. Society, & Man vs. Self

Man vs Nature
Man vs Nature

In man versus nature conflicts in literature, each plot features a protagonist, not necessarily a man or even a human, struggling against nature. There are three primary literary conflict patterns: man versus man, man versus himself, and man versus nature.

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Man vs Self
Man vs Self

A common approach for this standard is to teach about types of literary conflict: Man vs. Man, Man vs. Nature, Man vs. Society, Man vs. Self, and Man vs. Technology. 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.

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Man vs Society
Man vs Society

The man versus society conflict is when a protagonist has a strong belief against the majority of the community or surroundings and decides to act on it. Since this type of conflict is between a character and an outside group, it is classified as an external conflict.

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