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A basic presentation on first, second and third person narratives, with examples of different styles (letter, diary, poetry, etc.) used for the narrative voice. Examples are from YA novels, and it is ...

A basic presentation on first, second and third person narratives, with examples of different styles (letter, diary, poetry, etc.) used for the narrative voice. Examples are from YA novels, and it is appropriate for middle school students and older (high school students will be nostalgic for these titles).

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How To Tell A Story How To Tell A Story Presentation Transcript

  • How to Be Interesting
    as a writer
  • Narrative Voice
    First Person
    Second Person
    Third Person
  • First Person NarrativeSpeak by Laurie Halse Anderson
  • Second Person NarrativeChoose Your Own Adventure by R.A. Montgomery
  • Third Person NarrativeThe Chocolate War by Robert Cormier
  • Multiple Person NarrativeBat 6 by Virginia Euwer Wolff
  • Different StoriesDifferent Styles
  • Breaking Style: Breaking FontThe Pigmanby Paul Zindel
  • Breaking Style: LetterThe Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
  • Breaking Style: DiaryGo Ask Alice by Anonymous
  • Breaking Style: PoetryShakespeare Bats Cleanup b Ron Koertge
  • Breaking Style: Movie ScriptMonster by Walter Dean Myers
  • Breaking Style: MultipleLove That Dog by Sarah Creech