Presentation on theme: "Informational Writing 1.12 Strategy: Writers sometimes use narrative text structure to provide information."— Presentation transcript:
Informational Writing 1.12 Strategy: Writers sometimes use narrative text structure to provide information.
Last time, we did research to help complete some of our chapter with more information. Today, we will learn how to use narrative writing to present information. Dear Writers,
Narrative texts tell a story, and informational texts present facts. In informational texts, most of the times it is best to state information using facts. Other times, a narrative text structure is the best way to provide information. Watch how Mrs. Wilson turns one of her chapters into a narrative chapter. Demonstrate how to use narrative text structure by choosing one of your subtopics and thinking about how you might be able to provide information using narrative text structure. Here’s The Scoop!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvLsrMb MusQ Mrs. Wilson Presents
1.Refer back to your list of subtopics and determine if you could provide information using narrative text structure. 2. Think of a character, setting, and action that you could use to provide information in this way. For Example: choose a character (a box turtle), a setting (the beach), and some kind of action (laying eggs). You might begin in one of these ways: One day, a box turtle … OR Once there was a box turtle who … Writers, remember that you can either choose to provide information by stating facts or by using narrative text structure. Today, consider using narrative text structure to provide information for one of your subtopics. Your MISSION!
Anyone who would like to show they used narrative text structure to provide information. Sharing Time!