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Leads in Narrative Writing
Transcript of Leads in Narrative Writing
This type of lead begins with dialogue.
This lead gets the reader quickly involved in the story by starting with an event or some kind of action.
Smash! The window cracked, the wind howled, and the door flung open. Rain poured in through the screen, drenching the welcome mat inside our house. I will never forget the fierce storm that was outside my house last night.
You can get the reader quickly involved in the story by starting with an exciting event or some kind of action.
This lead begins by asking an interesting question.
There was bat in our house
"Quick hit the floor," my dad yelled. "Whatever you do, don't look up!" replied my mom. It was a terrifying night when they discovered a bat in the house.
There was a loud storm outside my house.
I was excited for my birthday party!!!
I quickly threw on my favorite red party dress and scrambled down the stairs as fast as I could. It was my 10th birthday and my party was just about to begin!
In this story I will tell you about playing football with my friends.
In what sport can you tackle opponents, catch 30-yard touchdown passes on overtime, and sack the quarterback before he can even complete a pass? In football, of course. It's my favorite sport.