The title comes from the story -- finish the story first and you will find a good title from what you've written. Click the related link to learn how to tell if your writing is any good or not!
To tell the story plot by plot or chapter by chapter.
The plot is just what happens in the story. Without a plot, you don't have a story at all, so it gives the story a story to tell.
You read the story first, and just tell what part of the story fits each element of the plot. You have to know what the parts mean, too, so you can tell which is which.
The plot is just what happens in the story. Tell someone what happened in the story and you have the plot. Aristotle says that plot is "the arrangement of the incidents" according to cause and effect.
a plot summary is where u tell the main events that happened in a story.
He gives an overview of the plot in the Prologue, but it is extremely vague and general. Most of it you could guess from the title: "The Lamentable Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet."
The plot is just what happens in the story. The outline would contain scene ideas and tell what happens in order.
it is very good to tell a story about this title
Theme is what the story is about - what the author is trying to say with the story. It's not the same as plot, but rather what the plot can tell you. For example, "revenge never works out" or "love conquers all" might be story themes.