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Structure of TAKS Selections Narrative Expository Functional Mixed Selections Paired Selections
Narrative Fictional stories that have narration and dialogue. May be written as a letter or diary entry They usually have a plot.
Expository Factual Written about a content-based topic or noteworthy person Look for subtitles.
Functional Narrative or Expository Advertisement, application forms, directions, flyers, instructions, notes or programs, recipes or book and movie reviews
Mixed Selections Contains both Narrative and Expository
Paired Selections Two reading selections that are put together for comparison
READING FOR INFORMATION Which is a characteristic of expository writing? A) it tells a story B) contains a plot and characters C) it is informational;
3 Modes of the Analytical Writing Assessment Millard South High School.
Nonfiction – factual prose writing about real people, places, and events.
Descriptive Composition Narrative Compositions Persuasive Compositions Expository Compositions.
Miss Clark Communications 7 Text Types. What are text types? Text types are different types of writing that serve a different purpose for the author and/
Do you think you read everything the same way? What are the different things you can read everyday?
Reading Nonfiction 7 th Grade Literature. Nonfiction O Nonfiction is a type of writing that deals with real people, places, and events. O Includes things.
Order of Details Transitions Types. A paragraph has coherence when readers can tell how and why ideas are connected.
Key Forms of Nonfiction Name _______________ Mrs. S’ class.
Drama Unit Terms and definitions. DRAMA the literary genre of works intended for the theater.
Nonfiction is a factual account of a person, place, or event Nonfiction is a factual account of a person, place, or event.
Part IV: Recognizing Modes of Writing Chapter 8: Four Primary Modes of Writing Chapter Eight Four Primary Modes In this chapter, you will: 1. become familiar.
Lesson 1: Parts of a Fiction Story Forged by Fire.
Fiction Books Many Genres to Choose From. Realistic Fiction Stories are set in the real world. Contains characters who seem believable. The reader believes.
Literary Genres What is a genre? literary genre n : a style of expressing yourself in writing [syn: writing style, genre]
Nonfiction Elements and types of nonfiction.. Fiction or Nonfiction? Fiction – a story or narrative that is partially or fully invented by the author.
Short Story Boot Camp 2014 Introduction to Analysis using Short Fiction.
Why Do We Write? P.I.E.D. Persuade Some people write to persuade. To persuade means to convince someone either to do something, believe something, or.
Why doesn’t Chief Keef write your science textbook? Take some time to write down some of the many reasons…
Writer’s Craft A Good Paragraph A good paragraph usually starts with a topic sentence. A topic sentence tells the main idea of the paragraph. The other.
Opinion Writing Narrative Writing Informative Writing.
TAKS Reading Process Analyze the Task Activate Prior Knowledge Plan and Predict Read Use Information.
Night Lights Test Taking Strategies Practice. Without reading, you know the article will be about fireflies because of the 1.Table of contents 2.Headings.
Writing Techniques. Techniques for Success Writing is an important form of communication. Good writers use different writing techniques to fit their purpose.
Elements of Fiction & Non-fiction. What is Fiction? Fiction works include made-up characters, and a made-up series of events, called the plot. Fictional.
Writing for an Audience Why We Write and Who We Write For.
What is the difference between Fiction & Non- Fiction?
Creating a Short Story. Elements of a Short Story.
Poetry Folklore Fantasy Contemporary Realistic Fiction Historical Fiction Science Fiction Biography Nonfiction/Informational Picture.
CAHSEE WRITING REVIEW On the California High School Exit Exam you will be expected to write one essay. The essay will be one of four types of writing.
Genre: Nonfiction/Biography/Autobiography. Nonfiction Genre Factual information about any subject Usually consists of expository writing May contain the.
NONFICTION Is prose that deals with real events and people, not with imagined events and imagined people.
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Literary Elements Major Test in class on 9/12/12.
Elements of Non-Fiction By Mr. Cotton. NONFICTION Nonfiction is writing about real people, places, and events. Mainly written to convey factual information.
RPDP Secondary Literacy Southern Nevada Regional Professional Development Program RPDP.net
Genre Study. Name that Genre: NOTES Genre? What do you mean? Genre is the ____________________________ of a work, usually categorized by __________, _________________,
Nonfiction What it is, how to read it. Definitions to know: 1. Biography 2. Autobiography, Memoir, Narrative non- fiction 3. Essay 4. Informative article.
WRITING IN CONTEXT Creating and Presenting. What you need to do: Your task is to develop your writing skills so that you can create a number of short.
The Genres. What is a genre? A category of literature or non-fiction Each genre has its own unique style, form, and content.
Upgrade 3 - Unit 5 Literary Genre Movie Adaptarions.
Genres of Literature. Genre a type of literature 5 Main Genres: Fiction Nonfiction Poetry Drama Folk Literature.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY The story of someone’s life written by that person.
Author’s Purpose Modes of Writing. Four Reasons for Writing 1.To Inform (Expository) 2.To Persuade (Persuasive) 3.To Entertain (Narrative/story) 4.To.
Twenty Questions Library Questions Twenty Questions
Topic 2 Instructional text OWT 410. Educational media Instructional text Hypertext Electronic books.
The high point or turning point in a story. The problem or complications in a story.
Genre Study Genre: A category used to classify literary works, usually by form, technique or content (e.g., prose, poetry).
Personal narrative, memoir, or autobiography? What is the difference ?
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