narrative outline

Choose one of the following topics:

Below is the topic I chose because I am most proud to graduate June 5

• What personal goal or achievement are you most proud of? Share the story of the moment you reached that goal.

Background

A narrative should share a larger lesson with the audience beyond simply retelling an event. A strong narrative focuses on a single event or conflict and builds from introduction to body to a resolution. Descriptive language brings the reader into the experience; consider carefully how you describe each scene. Show—don’t tell. Telling informs the reader by stating facts. “She was angry.” Show describes a scene. “She grabbed the wilted flowers and threw them in his face.” Telling repeats a list or series of actions, often without stopping to describe what happened. Showing shares concrete sensory details to capture the scene in which the event takes place.

Literacy Narratives pages 88 – 93
Generating Ideas and Text, pages 331-339

Learning Objectives: Compose, define, describe and organize elements of a narrative.


 
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