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Chronological storytelling

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Hadley Chisholm

on 25 January 2014

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Transcript of Chronological storytelling

The big 5- Chronological storytelling
The big 5
Presented by: Hadley

Presented to: Ms. Bunko and class mates

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5 facts on chronological storytelling
Definition of chronological storytelling

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Definition for chronological storytelling
Chronological storytelling is an organized arrangement of events and sequence of information. Chronology is an organizing method in which events are placed in the order they have occurred.
Big fact # 1
Chronological storytelling's main purpose is to provide information using a certain organized arrangement.
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Chronology locates historical events in time. It relies on chronometry, that is also known as timekeeping.
Big Fact # 5
Reverse chronology is a method of story-telling where the plot is revealed in reverse order.
An example of this type of storytelling is a book by F. Scott Fitzgerald called The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. This is the story of a man who is born old and ages in reverse.
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Big Fact # 4
The word chronology originates from the ancient Greek khro·no·lo·gi′a, khro·no means time and lo·gi′a means say or tell.
In chronological storytelling, the events are put in order according to time, this helps people understand sequence in a story and its outcome on events.
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