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Narrative Writing: an Overview

Narrative Writing: an Overview
Narrative Writing: an Overview
Narrative Writing: an Overview
Narrative Writing: an Overview
Narrative Writing: an Overview
Narrative Writing: an Overview
Narrative Writing: an Overview
Narrative Writing: an Overview
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These narrative writing resources were created to help my students when they were planning their narrative writing. I like to laminate them (double-sided on colored paper) so that students can have them at their desks to support their writing. Many students struggle with the structure of narrative writing and I wanted to give them support in a similar way to word mats.

What others are saying:

"Great resource to explain narrative writing. I like the examples included." -Linda L.

"This is a treasure. There is so much to use. " -Palmetto Palmer

"Excellent resource for my small remedial groups! Thank you!" -Elyse G.

Included in this resource:

-how to start a narrative (brainstorming)

-genre

-planning (with scaffold questioning)

-hooking your reader

-how to move the story along

-conflict ideas

-elements of plot

-how to end

-narrative checklist (not entirely mine, pieced together from here and there)

-narrative writing word mat (transition words, words instead of said, adverbs, senses, figurative language, character feelings, setting ideas, adding tension, punctuation)

-text extracts for highlighting feature of narrative writing/annotation

For vocabulary-specific word mats, click here

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Develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach.
Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences.
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