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Presentation narrative text

  1. 1. NARRATIVE TEXT GROUP 9 MATERI 12AGNES WULANDARIMANNUEL ALDYAN
  2. 2. PROFILES ABOUT US • Name : Mannuel Aldyan • Date of birth : Kasongan, September 9th 1995 • Age : 17 years old • Hobbies : sleep • E-mail Yahoo : el.mannuel@yahoo.co.id • Facebook : Mannuel Aldyan • Twitter : @manuel_aldi • Instagram : mannuel_aldyan
  3. 3. • Name : Agnes Wulandari• Date of birth : Palangka Raya, July 31th 1995• Age : 17 years old• Hobbies : reading book (comics) and drawing.• Facebook : Agnes Wulandari• Twitter : @agneswulan31
  4. 4. Standar competency :- To comprehend structure and characteristic ofnarrative text- Distinguish the types of narrative text Basic Competency: To understand meaning nuance within transactional text that contains narrative text Indicators:  Determine of the generic structures of narrative text.  Using past tense.
  5. 5. What do you think about this picture
  6. 6. What do you think about this text ? Last morning, Dinar, my roommate wokeup late and she had to go to campus. When shewanted to take her motorcycle, in fact shecouldn’t move it because there were somemotorcycles that blocked up her motorcycle. She tried to move all of the motorcycles, sothat her motorcycle could move from thegarage. But she couldn’t do it. Then, she calledAdel who had that motorcycle which blocked itup. After that, her friend who had thatmotorcycle helped her. Finally, she could moveher motorcycle and rode it to go to campus.
  7. 7. WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THIS TEXT ? Once upon a time, there was a young girl named Cinderella. Shelived with her step mother and two step sisters. The step mother and sisters were conceited and bad tempered.They treated Cinderella very badly. Her step mother made Cinderella dothe hardest works in the house; such as scrubbing the floor, cleaning thepot and pan and preparing the food for the family. The two stepsisters, on the other hand, did not work about the house. Their mothergave them many handsome dresses to wear. One day, the two step sister received an invitation to the ball thatthe king’s son was going to give at the palace. They were excited aboutthis and spent so much time choosing the dresses they would wear. Atlast, the day of the ball came, and away went the sisters to it. Cinderellacould not help crying after they had left.“Why are crying, Cinderella?” a voice asked. She looked up and saw herfairy godmother standing beside her, “because I want so much to go tothe ball” said Cinderella. “Well” said the godmother,”you’ve been such acheerful, hardworking, uncomplaining girl that I am going to see that youdo go to the ball”.
  8. 8. Magically, the fairy godmother changed a pumpkin into a finecoach and mice into a coachman and two footmen. Her godmothertapped Cinderella’s raged dress with her wand, and it became a beautifulball gown. Then she gave her a pair of pretty glass slippers.“Now, Cinderella”, she said; “You must leave before midnight”. Thenaway she drove in her beautiful coach.Cinderella was having a wonderfully good time. She danced again andagain with the king’s son. Suddenly the clock began to strike twelve, sheran toward the door as quickly as she could. In her hurry, one of her glassslipper was left behind. A few days later, the king’ son proclaimed that he would marry thegirl whose feet fitted the glass slipper. Her step sisters tried on theslipper but it was too small for them, no matter how hard they squeezedtheir toes into it. In the end, the king’s page let Cinderella try on theslipper. She stuck out her foot and the page slipped the slipper on. Itfitted perfectly.Finally, she was driven to the palace. The king’s son was overjoyed to seeher again. They were married and live happily ever after.
  9. 9. What the relations of text 1 andtext 2 ?
  10. 10. NARRATIVE TEXTA narrative text is an imaginative story to entertainpeople. Main general of narrative text• (1) a spoken or written account of connected events; a story.• (2) the narrated part of a literary work, as distinct from dialogue.• (3) the practice or art of narration.
  11. 11. Purpose of narrative text To amuse or entertain the readers with actual or imaginary experiences in different ways. Narratives deal with some problematic event which lead to a crisis or turning point of some kind, which in turn finds a resolution.
  12. 12. Generic Structure of Narrative Text• Orientation : It is about the opening paragraph where the characters of the story are introduced.• Complication : Where the problems in the story developed.• Resolution : Where the problems in the story is solved.
  13. 13. Generic Structure of Narrative Text (Optional)Other generic structures of the text:• Evaluation : a step back to evaluate the plight (the narrator’s viewpoint)• Coda : Changes of the characters or lesson/value of the story• Re-orientation : the change which happens to the participants and the lessons we can learn from the story (moral value).
  14. 14. Kinds of narrative text:Fable.Myths.Legend.Folktales.Fairy Tale.  Sience Fiction Story.  Short Stories.  Parables.  Novels.  Horror story. Example Myth : Yamata no Orochi
  15. 15. Fable Characteristics 1. Talking Animals Example : 2. Teaches a Lesson 1. The Lion and the Mouse. 3. Usually Short 2. The Fox without a Tail. 4. Two – Three Characters 3. The Buffalo and Tiger.The Lion and the Mouse.
  16. 16. Myths CharacteristicsStory that gives reason forevents. Some myths explainnatural events such asrainbows or seasons andothers explain how the worldbegan. Myths about peopleand gods explain why peopledo things. They all providelessons about good and badbehavior. Example : 1. Hercules. 2. Oedipus. 3. Prometheus. 4. Pandora. 5. Bijuu.
  17. 17. Legends Characteristics Combines a real event or real person’s unusual life story with the exaggeration and heroic actions.Example :1. Lutung Kasarung.2. Sangkuriang.3. Prambanan Temple.4. William Tell.5. La Madukelleng. William Tell. Yamata no Orochi
  18. 18. Folktales Characteristics Example :A folktale is a story 1. Little Red Riding Hood.that has been told 2. Malin Kundang.for a long time by a 3. Bawi Kuwu.group of people. 4. Kaguya Hime. 5. Momotaro.Little red riding hood MOMOTARO
  19. 19. Fairy Tale Characteristics Example : Make Believe. 1. Cinderela. Happens Long Ago. 2. Sleeping beauty. Has Magic. 3. Beauty and The Happily Ever After. Beast. Evil Person. 4. The Little Mermaid. Cinderela
  20. 20. Language Features• Use noun phrases. Ex : a beautiful princess, a cruel witch, and a huge temple.• Use Adverbial of time or place. Ex : last year, two days ago, in the castle, and in a jungle.• Use Simple Past Tense. Ex : A mouse was having a very bad time.• Use Temporal conjunction and Temporal circumstances. Ex : Once upon a time.• Use material process. Ex : fell asleep.
  21. 21. EXAMPLE OF NARRATIVE
  22. 22. Example
  23. 23. OFFLINE REFERENCES• file:///D:/Team/bahasa%20inggris/NARRATIVE%20MATERIAL/Narrative%2 0Text/fairy-tale-narrative-text.html• file:///D:/Team/bahasa%20inggris/NARRATIVE%20MATERIAL/Narrative%2 0Text/fairytales.htm• file:///D:/Team/bahasa%20inggris/NARRATIVE%20MATERIAL/Narrative%2 0Text/generic-structure-of-narrative-text.html• file:///D:/Team/bahasa%20inggris/NARRATIVE%20MATERIAL/Narrative%2 0Text/kinds-of-narrativejenismacam-narrative.html• file:///D:/Team/bahasa%20inggris/NARRATIVE%20MATERIAL/Narrative%2 0Text/kumpulan-lengkap-contoh-text-narrative.html• file:///D:/Team/bahasa%20inggris/NARRATIVE%20MATERIAL/Narrative%2 0Text/Narrative%20Text%20%C2%AB%20beagoodspeaker.htm• file:///D:/Team/bahasa%20inggris/NARRATIVE%20MATERIAL/Narrative%2 0Text/narrative-text_21.html• file:///D:/Team/bahasa%20inggris/NARRATIVE%20MATERIAL/Narrative%2 0Text/narrative-text-penjelasan-contoh.html
  24. 24. ONLINE REFERENCES• http://www.englishindo.com/2012/01/narrative- text-penjelasan-contoh.html• http://shift-7.blogspot.com/2012/05/contoh- narrative-text.html• http://www.sekolahoke.com/2011/11/narrative- text-fable-tiger-and-fox.html• http://info- unikz.blogspot.com/2012/07/narrative-text- penjelasan-contoh.html• http://www.englishdirection.com/2011/01/kump ulan-lengkap-contoh-text-narrative.html

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