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Narrative Writing: Telling A Story!
Transcript of Narrative Writing: Telling A Story!
It tells a story, usually from one person’s viewpoint.
In a story there is always a beginning and ending, plot, characters, setting and climax wHAT HAPPENED after?? How do you like it when an author leaves you hangin'?
Think of how NBTT ENDED?? Were you satisfied?
Give your reader something to think about. End your story with details.
This is called your.......ENDING!! What is story telling? Narrative or Story Telling How do we begin?? Details: What led to the most important part of your story?
Give as many details to your story. Make it juicy!
This is called........THE BEGINING!!! Lets start with the most exciting part in the story... Today's GOAL:
Choose a character from NBTT. Complete characterization grid.
Finish their story the way you would have liked to see it finished. Give details using characterization grid to help you create a good story.
What you must remember:
1. There is always a beginning, middle, and end.
3. Have fun with it. Let's Practice:
“Learning something new can be a scary experience. One of the hardest things I've ever had to do was learn how to swim. I was always afraid of the water, but I decided that swimming was an important skill that I should learn. I also thought it would be good exercise and help me to become physically stronger. What I didn't realize was that learning to swim would also make me a more confident person.
New situations always make me a bit nervous, and my first swimming lesson was no exception. After I changed into my bathing suit in the locker room, I stood timidly by the side of the pool waiting for the teacher and other students to show up. After a couple of minutes the teacher came over. She smiled and introduced herself, and two more students joined us. Although they were both older than me, they didn't seem to be embarrassed about not knowing how to swim. I began to feel more at ease.”