Merespon makna yang terdapat dalam teks lisan fungsional pendek sangat sederhana secara akurat, lancar dan berterima untuk berinteraksi dengan lingkungan terdekatKompetensi Dasar
Review ciri kebahasaan teks narrative/ recount Membuat kalimat sederhana terkait teks narrative/ recount Mengembangkan langkah retorika teks recount dan narrative Membuat draft teks recount dan narrative Menulis teks recount dan narrative berdasarkan draft yang dibuat Memajang hasil tulisan diKeiatan pembelajaran
What is narrative text Adalah sebuah teks, yang berhubungan dengan serangkaian peristiwa logis, dan secara kronologis terkait dengan faktor yang dialami oleh character
Anderson (2003b) menjelaskanlima langkah dalam membangunsebuah teks naratif: Orientasi Komplikasi urutan peristiwa resolusi coda.
plot tema karakter peristiwa, dan bagaimana mereka berhubunganKunci untuk memahami teksnarrative:
Partisipan yang spesific individual Action Verbs(materrial proses,mental proses) Past tense Lingking words berkenaan dengan waktu Sering memasukan dialog(tense jadi berobah) Dalam menciptakan imajinasi sering menggunkan descriptive language Sering menggunakan orang pertama(I) Orang ketiga(she,he, they, it)Dari segi Fitur bahasa ciri khasdari teks naratif adalah:
Rebecca (2003) says that plot is the sequence of events showing characters in action. This sequence is not accidental but is chosen by the author as the best way of telling his or her story. If the writer has chosen well, the plot will produce conflict, tension, and action that will arouse and hold the reader’s interestWHAT IS PLOT
The plot answers the questions “What is happening in the story?” and “What is the sequence of events?” Some stories have simple and straightforward plots. Others have complex plots that make the reader think and ask questions: Who solves problems? Stories that flow well keep the reader involved and interested
Characterization addresses the questions “Who are these people?” and “Are they believable?” Characters need to be authentic for the reader to connect with themCharacters
Setting informs the reader of where the story is taking place. It answers the questions “Where am I?” and “What will I see if I walk around here?” More frequently, the setting falls into the background, and the reader is not particularly aware of itSetting
Additionally, Anderson and Anderson (2003a) state that narrative usually include the following grammatical features: a. nouns that identify the specific characters and places in the story. b. adjectives that provide accurate description of the characters and setting. c. time words that connect events to tell when they occur. c. verbs that show the actions that occur in the story.
What is story about? What is the communicative purpose of the text? The first paragraph tells about Why did Nasredin get a ladder What is complication in the text? Why did the gardener not believe to Nasredin?Some questions of Narrative text
What moral value can we learn from the story? Who (stole,read,bring)that book When did (character) do..... What did the.....( word) mean. What does the word(pronoun he,them)refers to From the passage we know that What does the story tell us?
Where was/did ....(character The underlined word means/can be replaced by in /is similar in meaning to? (character)do something because How many (object) What is the main idea of the last paragraph? How did..(character) (action verb)