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1
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Is a story containing specific elements that work together to create interest for not only the author but also the reader

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Narrative

2
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This type of writing makes the reader feel as if he or she were part of the story, as if it was being told directly to him or her.

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Narrative Writing

3
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Elements of Narrative Writing (6)

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Plot
Character
Settings
Style
Conflict
Theme

4
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The who, what, where, when, why, and how outline gives the narrative direction.
The frame of the narrative.
Events unfold as they happen.

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Plot

5
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Plot structure of Narrative Writing:
(4)

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Beginning
Middle
Climax
End

6
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(plot structure)
Opening to capture reader’s interest
Setting revealed
Main characters introduced
Conflict presented

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Beginning

7
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(plot structure)
Characters attempt to resolve conflicts
Action progresses sequentially

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Middle

8
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(plot structure)
Turning point of the narrative
Peak

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Climax

9
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(plot structure)
Tells how the resolution of the conflicts have affected the characters
Theme or message understood by readers

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End

10
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The people animals or inanimate objects who are affected by the actions of the plot or who are the cause of certain events
Should be brought to life

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Characters

11
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Where and when the narrative takes place
Allows reader to visualize scenes
Author must create picture for readers

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Setting

12
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The figurative language
Makes each author unique
Everyone writes differently

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Style

13
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The problem that must be overcome or resolves
Readers should not bw left hanging

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Conflict

14
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Types of conflict:
(5)

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Person vs. Self
Person vs. Person
Person vs. Society
Person vs. machine/technology
Person vs. nature

15
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Is the message revealed in the story

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Theme

16
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(Theme)
The theme may be ____________ stated, like in a fable where the moral is told at the conclusion
The theme may also be ____________, leaving the reader to decide the story’s message

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Directly
Indirect

17
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Different points of view
(3)

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First person
Third person limited
Third person omniscient

18
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(pov)
“I” as the narrator
For personal accounts

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First person pov

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(POV)
He, she, it, they perspective
Written as if the story is observed from outside of the characters
Reader guesses characters feelings

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Third person pov limited

20
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(POV)
He, she, it, they perspective
Narrator can write about the thoughts and feelings of all the characters

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Third person pov omniscient

21
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5 W+ H questions method

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Who will be in the narrative?

Where will the narrative take place?

Why will the characters do what they do?

What is the narrative about?

When will the events happen?

How will the conflict be resolved?

22
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Sensory Imagery

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Visual
Olfactory
Gustatory
Tactile
Auditory

23
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Is the use of descriptive words that bring your reader into the story

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Figurative language

24
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Figurative language 7

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Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Alliteration
Assonance
Hyperbole
Onomatopoeia