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1 5 Narrating: Memories

2 2 2 Learning Outcomes Identify real world applications for writing a narrative. Understand the steps for writing a narrative. Interpret images and narrative readings about memories. Analyze the rhetorical star for narrating. Apply the steps for writing a narrative.

3 3 3 Real World Applications (LO 5.1) School –Retell an important event. –Share experiences. Daily Life –Write a personal journal. –Post in a data-sharing forum. Career –Share previous experience. –Document an issue.

4 4 4 Steps for Writing a Narrative (LO 5.2) Begin with an engaging introduction. Establish the time and place. Keep a consistent point of view. Keep a consistent verb tense. Include plenty of details and sensory appeal.

5 5 5 Steps for Writing a Narrative (contd.) Present the details in a logical sequence. Use dialogue effectively. Include visual aids if appropriate. End with a thought-provoking conclusion.

6 6 6 The Rhetorical Star (LO5.4) Subject Chose a subject that has personal significance to you.

7 7 7 The Rhetorical Star (LO5.4) Audience Establish who the readers will be and what they will need to know about your narrative.

8 8 8 The Rhetorical Star (LO5.4) Purpose Select the reason for writing the essay.

9 9 9 The Rhetorical Star (LO5.4) Strategy Decide if you will use other writing strategies in addition to narration to tell your story.

10 10 The Rhetorical Star (LO5.4) Design Create a design that will enhance the narrative essay.

11 11 Applying the Writing Process (LO 5.5) Discovering Consider skimming the chapter for ideas. Try making a list of meaningful events from your past. Visit local events or restaurants for ideas. Use the journalist’s questions to generate ideas about your subject.

12 12 Applying the Writing Process (contd.) Planning List everything you can remember about your topic. Try numbering your events or creating an outline or cluster. Follow a chronological sequence. Use the journalistic questions: who, what, when, where, why, how

13 13 Applying the Writing Process (contd.) Composing Write a first draft using the nine steps for writing a narrative. Don’t focus on grammar or punctuation yet. Keep your point in mind.

14 14 Applying the Writing Process (contd.) Getting Feedback Have someone read the rough draft and answer the peer review questions. Consider getting a third opinion as well.

15 15 Applying the Writing Process (contd.) Revising Make sure you have enough specific details and transitions to help the reader follow your narrative flow. Remove, add, or rearrange ideas when necessary.

16 16 Applying the Writing Process (contd.) Editing Check your grammar and punctuation. Watch for consistent verb tense. Look to see that a consistent point of view is used.

17 17 Applying the Writing Process (contd.) Proofreading Read your essay an additional time. Look for typographical errors. Make final corrections.


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