N ARRATIVES. N ARRATIVE A Narrative is a STORY. Narrative ~ A fictional story: you can make up all of the events. Personal Narrative~ A TRUE story about

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  • N ARRATIVES
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  • N ARRATIVE A Narrative is a STORY. Narrative ~ A fictional story: you can make up all of the events. Personal Narrative~ A TRUE story about an event in your life.
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  • N ARRATIVE Fantasy ~ Could not happen Narrative ~ Could happen Clichs ~ Overused ideas Woke up and it was a dream.NO!
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  • C ONFLICT External Conflict: Outside Internal Conflict: Inside (Thought/feelings) How do you react to conflict? How does it affect you?
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  • O RDER Beginning: Introduce characters, place Middle: Events happen (Rising Action) Use details Keep the events progressing forward (No two pages on how the dude made a sandwich). End: Result (Falling Action)
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  • N ARRATIVE Tell a fictional story. Write the events in order. Remember your plot diagrams. You can do flashbacks. Paragraphs can be any size. INDENT! Still proper grammar, spelling and capitalization.
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  • D IALOGUE Indent for each new speaker. Use quotation marks. Use commas inside the quotation marks, then who said the words or a period inside the quotation marks if it is at the end of the sentence.
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  • Wow, Jim said as he walked down the eerie hallway to his destination. I cant believe it. Hey, wait up, Joe yelled as he saw his friends shadow disappear around the corner. Blah, blah Blah, blah Blah, blah Blah, blah Blah, Blah,blah Blah, blah Blah, blah Blah, blah Blah. Jim retorted, Relax, my homie. Indent for each new speaker. Use quotation marks. Use commas inside the quotation marks, then who said the words or a period inside the quotation marks if it is at the end of the sentence.
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  • B ACK AND F ORTH C ONVERSATION Look at that, Jim said. I know, whispered Joe. How do you know? I just do. Yeah, right J. Dawg. (You can stop using their names each time when they talk back and forth right away).
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  • C ONTINUED T ALKING No Capital letter if you continue after you write: I said or Joe said Sir, I said to the officer, the kid just broke his arm.
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  • S URVIVAL IN THE W ILDERNESS N ARRATIVE ~ F ICTIONAL Vocabulary: Cause and effect: Do something, something happens Chronological order: Events go in order of TIME
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  • Vocabulary: Flashback: Go back in time to explain an event or feeling Foreshadowing: Hints to future events Adjectives: Describe nouns Sensory language: See, hear, feel, taste, smell
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  • Figurative Language: Vocabulary: Idiom: Piece of cake Personification: The wind was screaming Oxymoron: Jumbo shrimp
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  • Vocabulary: Simile: She was like a tiger on the court. Metaphor: She was a tiger Hyperbole: I am so hungry I could eat a horse. I am so tired I could die. Alliteration: Billy Bob bought a new bright blue BMW.
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  • Vocabulary: Pick a Point of View: First Person: Character is the narrator. Use I and we Second Person: When the narrator puts the reader in place of the main character. Uses you Third Person Limited: Only see the perspective of one character.
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  • Vocabulary: Third Person Omniscient: The narrator knows the thoughts of all characters. You see the story from many perspectives.
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  • F AST W RITE Fast Write Chart ~ Name, Date, Period Staple chart on top and five sheets of paper behind the chart. Week 1 Topic: Rules: One minute THINK Four Minutes WRITE DO NOT START UNTIL I SAY GO. Narrative not fantasy. Probably could happen. Count words: + for and does not count. Put Number of words at bottom of chart and graph it.
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  • S URVIVAL N ARRATIVE D ICE S TORY Roll the dice, look at the projector, and write down setting. Roll the dice, write down character. Roll the dice write down problem. You must use what you got in your narrative. You can add other characters and problems. Plan a short Pre-write: Beginning Middle End Dont stop keep writing. Use the six writing traits. Roll the dice, look at the projector, and write down setting. Roll the dice, write down character. Roll the dice write down problem. You must use what you got in your narrative. You can add other characters and problems. Plan a short Pre-write: Beginning Middle End Dont stop keep writing. Use the six writing traits.
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  • S URVIVAL N ARRATIVE D ICE S TORY LOST (Setting)CHARACTERYOU HAVE NO____ In a forestDoctorWater At seaKidFood In a mallPolice OfficerMedical Supplies In a desertTeacherWay to make a fire In AlaskaU.S. MarineFlares FREE CHOICE
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  • S URVIVAL N ARRATIVE D ICE S TORY Setting: Character: Problem: Pre-write: Plan two ideas per part. Beginning: 1. 2. Middle: 1. 2. End: 1. 2. Go! Write Rough Draft! Dont stop keep writing. Use the six writing traits. Setting: Character: Problem: Pre-write: Plan two ideas per part. Beginning: 1. 2. Middle: 1. 2. End: 1. 2. Go! Write Rough Draft! Dont stop keep writing. Use the six writing traits.
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  • S URVIVAL IN THE W ILDERNESS N ARRATIVE RUBRIC
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  • F ANTASY W RITE AND P ASS S TORY Rules: Silence SCHOOL APPROPRIATE! Get all your cra-cra out in a good way! Write ~ dont stop Write NEATLY and in different colored ink per person per row, put your name in the margin Pass swiftly, silently Row becomes a group, take turns reading each story a loud LISTEN! Choose the best one in your row and a reader Story time, share with whole class Rules: Silence SCHOOL APPROPRIATE! Get all your cra-cra out in a good way! Write ~ dont stop Write NEATLY and in different colored ink per person per row, put your name in the margin Pass swiftly, silently Row becomes a group, take turns reading each story a loud LISTEN! Choose the best one in your row and a reader Story time, share with whole class
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  • F ANTASY W RITE AND P ASS S TORY Up the hill I saw a very interesting Up the hill I saw a very interesting
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  • F ANTASY W RITE AND P ASS S TORY Round 1 2 minutes Round 2 3 minutes Round 3 3 minutes Round 4 3 minutes 10 minutes warm up and rules, 11 write, 10 groups, share Round 1 2 minutes Round 2 3 minutes Round 3 3 minutes Round 4 3 minutes 10 minutes warm up and rules, 11 write, 10 groups, share
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  • F ANTASY N ARRATIVE Rules: Fantasy Narrative School Appropriate! Proper grammar. Pre-write and Rough Draft ONLY Pre-write: Plan Events: Use Story Map Rules: Fantasy Narrative School Appropriate! Proper grammar. Pre-write and Rough Draft ONLY Pre-write: Plan Events: Use Story Map
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  • P ERSONAL N ARRATIVE Betty Ann Questions: Restate the question and answer in COMPLETE sentences. 1. Describe what Margie is like. 2. Describe what Betty Ann is like. 3. How did the girls in the class treat Betty Ann? 4. Why did the girls treat Betty Ann that way? 5. What does the narrator regret? 6. What is the moral of the story?
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  • DUE TUESDAY! 1. Everyone must make pre-write outline, web, or story map. 2. Everyone must write a rough draft or make a sketch. 3. Everyone must make a final copy on their own time. A time where you overcame a problem or goal: TRIUMPH OVER TRIAL. STORY! What was the problem or goal? What events happened? Why it was difficult? What happened in the end? How do you feel about it now?
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  • M ONSTER S INC. ~ C ONFLICT Setting: External Conflict: Characters: (Name at least seven). Events: (Name at least ten). * Bonus: Internal Conflict: Setting: External Conflict: Characters: (Name at least seven). Events: (Name at least ten). * Bonus: Internal Conflict:
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  • BALLAD Write a Ballad about 7 th grade survival in the style of The Cremation of Sam McGee. ballad / bal d/ Noun A poem or song narrating a story in short stanzas. A slow sentimental or romantic song
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  • T HE C REMATION OF S AM M C G EE The poem is about a freezing-cold winter trip in the Yukon, back in the days of the Klondike Gold Rush. The poems speaker tells us a story about his friend, Sam McGee, who freezes to death on the trail.Klondike Gold Rush Sam hates the cold and doesnt want to be buried in the frozen ground. So, as his dying wish, he asks our speaker to cremate him (which is a fancy way of saying "burn his corpse"). The speaker promises he will, but its tough to find a way to do it in the dead of winter. He ends up having a lousy trip, carrying Sams frozen corpse until he finds a spot to burn Sams body.
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  • He starts to burn Sam, but is pretty grossed out by the whole thing. Then, when he goes to see if Sam is "cooked," he finds his friend alive and well and cozy! Apparently Sam just needed to defrost a little, and the raging fire did the trick.
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  • PERSONAL N ARRATIVES
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  • Write about a personal struggle you face daily such as school rules, bullies, peer pressure, friendship issues
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