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Narrative Essay For Week 3

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  • 1. THE NARRATIVE ESSAY!
  • 2. WRITING A NARRATIVE ESSAY IS:
    Writing a story connected with personal experiences.
    The key element of a narrative essay is a defined point of view presented in the paper and delivered through sharing emotions and sensory details with the reader.
    A reflection of a personal experience of the author and that is the reason it often has the form of a story and also often becomes a personal narrative essay.
  • 3. THE MODEL OF STORYTELLING
    If the author decides to write a narrative essay in a form of a story it is crucial to keep in mind the model of storytelling:
    1. Plot
    2. Character
    3. Setting
    4. Climax
    5. Ending
  • 4. POINT OF VIEW
    A narrative essay explains the point of view that the author claims in the opening statement and confirms in the conclusion of the paper.
  • 5. THE NARRATIVE ESSAY FORMAT
    is built on two main principles:
    1. It has no restrictions considering in what person is should be written. Nevertheless, often it is written from the first person and therefore the “I” sentences are allowed, but not necessary.
    2. This type of essay is to make a deep emotional impression on the reader through the technique of using concrete and sensory details as the dominant of the paper.
  • 6. REMEMBER:
    The essay should have a purpose.
    Make a point! Think of this as the thesis of your story. If there is not point to what you are narrating, why narrate it at all?
  • 7. REMEMBER:
    Use clear and concise language throughout the essay.
    Narrative essays are effective when the language is carefully, particularly, and artfully chosen. Use specific language to evoke specific emotions and senses in the reader.
     
  • 8. REMEMBER:
    As always, be organized!
    Have a clear introduction that sets the tone for the remainder of the essay. Do not leave the reader guessing about the purpose of your narrative. Remember, you are in control of the essay, so guide it where you desire (just make sure your audience can follow your lead).
  • 9. TO SUMMARIZE, THE NARRATIVE ESSAY:
    is told from a particular point of view (usually first person—“I”)
    makes and supports a point
    is filled with precise detail
    uses vivid verbs and modifiers
    uses conflict and sequence as does any story
    may use dialogue

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