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    • NARRATIVE Alex Sander, S.PdSMAN 1 Banyuasin II
    • NARRATIVE STORY • Narrative Definition Definition Elements • Narrative Cycle • Narrative Element • Story I Examples • Story II
    • Narrative DefinitionA text amuse, entertain • Personal essaysand deal with actual or • Biographicalvicarious experience in • Folktales different ways • FictionA text which contains about story • Fable • myth
    • Narrative CycleWho Climax ResolutionWhat How Ending MoralWhere Beginning Lesson
    • NARRATIVE ELEMENTS • OrientationI • Complication • ResolutionII • Re-orientation • EvaluationIII • Moral Lesson
    • STORY I : CINDERELLAOnce upon a time, there was a young girl namedCinderella. She lived with her step mother and twostep sisters.The step mother and sisters were conceited andbad tempered. They treated Cinderella very badly.Her step mother made Cinderella do the hardestworks in the house; such as scrubbing the floor,cleaning the pot and pan and preparing the foodfor the family. The two step sisters, on the otherhand, did not work about the house. Their mothergave them many handsome dresses to wear.
    • STORY I : CINDERELLA“Why are crying, Cinderella?” a voice asked. She looked upand saw her fairy godmother standing beside her, “becauseI want so much to go to the ball” said Cinderella. “Well” saidthe godmother,”you’ve been such acheerful, hardworking, uncomplaining girl that I am going tosee that you do go to the ball”.Magically, the fairy godmother changed a pumpkin into afine coach and mice into a coachman and two footmen. Hergodmother tapped Cinderella’s raged dress with herwand, and it became a beautiful ball gown. Then she gaveher a pair of pretty glass slippers. “Now, Cinderella”, shesaid; “You must leave before midnight”. Then away shedrove in her beautiful coach.
    • STORY I : CINDERELLACinderella was having a wonderfully good time. She dancedagain and again with the king’s son. Suddenly the clock beganto strike twelve, she ran toward the door as quickly as shecould. In her hurry, one of her glass slipper was left behind.A few days later, the king’ son proclaimed that he would marrythe girl whose feet fitted the glass slipper. Her step sisters triedon the slipper but it was too small for them, no matter how hardthey squeezed their toes into it. In the end, the king’s page letCinderella try on the slipper. She stuck out her foot and thepage slipped the slipper on. It fitted perfectly.Finally, she was driven to the palace. The king’s son wasoverjoyed to see her again. They were married and live happilyever after.
    • Generic Structure of Story I Orientation: it means to introduce the participants or the characters of the story with the time and place set. Orientation actually exists in every text type though it has different term. In this story, the first paragraph is clearly seen to introduce the participants of the Cinderella Story. They were Cinderella her self as the main character of the story, her step mother which treated Cinderella badly, and her steps sister which supported her mother to make Cinderella was treated very badly. Cinderella was introduced as a hero in this story. She struggled against the bad treatment from her step mother and sisters.
    •  Complication: it is such the crisis of the story. If there is not the crisis, the story is not a narrative text. In a long story, the complication appears in several situations. It means that some time there is more then one complication. In this Cinderella story, we can see clearly that there are Major Complication and Minor Complication. The second paragraph is the major complication of this Cinderella story. Cinderella got bad treatment from her stepmother. It is the bad crisis which drives into several minor complications which
    •  Resolution: it is the final series of the events which happen in the story. The resolution can be good or bad. The point is that it has been accomplished by the characters. Like complication, there are Major Resolution and Minor Resolution. In the last paragraph, it is said that finally Cinderella lived happily. It is
    • STORY II : MALIN KUNDANGFind the story “Malin Kundang”!Identify the elements of the story in group!Present the result in front of the class!
    • TYPESOFTEXTSNarrativeDescriptiveExposition
    • Exposition • ThesisAnalytical • Arguments • ReiterationExposition • ThesisHortatory • Arguments • RecomendationExposition
    • If You give a man a fish you feed him for a dayIf You give a man how to fish, you feed him for a long time