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  • 1. Reasons to Write
    Different
    Modes, Forms, & Genres
    Of Writing
  • 2. Writers write for many different reasons.
  • 3. Different Reasons to Write
    To tell a story.
    To give information.
    To entertain, motivate
    & inspire.
  • 4. Tell a story.(The mode is a narrative)
    FactualORFictional
  • 5. Tell a story.(Form & Purpose)
    Recount
    (To tell what happened.)
    Narrate
    (To entertain & engage the reader.)
  • 6. Tell a story.(Genres of Recounting)
    Diaries & Journals
    Tell what happened
    by writing about your
    personal experiences.
  • 7. Tell a story.(Genres of recounting)
    Friendly Letters
    Tell what happened
    by writing a
    friendly letter.
  • 8. Tell a story.(Genres of recounting)
    Learning Logs
    Tell what
    happened by
    writing about
    what you
    learned.
  • 9. Tell a story.(Genres of narrating)
    Imaginative
    Entertain & engage
    the reader with a story
    from your imagination
    about people, places,
    or events that do not
    happen in real life.
  • 10. Tell a story.(Genres of narrating)
    Realistic Fiction
    Entertain & engage the
    reader with a story
    from your imagination
    about people, places,
    or events that could
    happen in real life.
  • 11. Tell a story.(Genres of narrating)
    Folktales
    Fairy Tales
    Fables
    Tall Tales
    Myths
    • Stories that have been told over and over again from a long time ago.
    • 12. Stories that were usually spoken before they were finally written down.
    • 13. We don’t always know who the original author of these stories are.
  • Tell a story.(Genres of narrating)
    Fairy Tales
    Imaginative stories
    with magical people,
    places, or events.
  • 14. Tell a story.(Genres of narrating)
    Fables
    Stories that
    usually teach a
    lesson or moral.
    Animals
    often act
    like people.
  • 15. Tell a story.(Genres of narrating)
    Tall Tales
    Stories about heroes
    who are often real people,
    but are bigger & stronger
    than real people.
    John Henry
    Paul Bunyan
    Johnny Appleseed
  • 16. Give information.(The mode is expository)
    Write about how
    to do something.
    Procedure
    Report
    Explain
    Persuade
  • 17. Give Information.(Genres of procedure)
    Procedure
    Write about how to do something.
    “How to” instructions
    Problem solving steps
    Directions
    Rules
    Recipes
    Schedules
    Science experiments
  • 18. Rules
    Do not commit fouls.
    Do not double dribble.
    Pass the ball.
    Shoot the ball.
    Instructions
    • Step 1: open the
    package.
    • Step 2: sort the pieces.
    • 19. Step 3: assemble the pieces
    • 20. Step 4: tighten the screws.
    Procedure
    Science experiments
    Take 10 steps to the right, then 15 steps to the left.
    8:00 – eat breakfast
    9:00 – watch cartoons
    10:00 – play outside
    11:00 – play video games
    12:00 – eat lunch
    1:00 – read a book
    2:00 - take a nap
    Recipes
    Directions
  • 21. Give information.(Genres of reporting)
    Report
    Write to tell about or describe something.
    Lists, labels, & captions
    Answers to questions
    Research reports
    Book reports
    Business letters
    Brochures
    Newspaper & magazine articles
  • 22. Report
    Research Reports
    Answers to Questions
    Magazine & Newspaper Articles
    Lists, Labels & Captions
    Business Letters
    Brochures
  • 23. Give information(Genres of explaining)
    Explain
    Write to show how something works
    or how something happens.
    Informational sentences
    Informational posters
    Answers to questions
    Thank you letters
  • 24. Explain
    Dear Mom,
    Thank you very much for not serving brussel sprouts for dinner anymore.
    Sincerely,
    Max
    Answers to Questions
    Thank You Letters
    Informational Sentences & Informational Posters
  • 25. Give information.(Genres of persuasion)
    Persuade
    Write to convince someone
    to believe or do something.
    Advertisements
    Letters to the editor
    Letters to request
    Book reviews
  • 26. Persuade
    Letters to the Editor
    Book Reviews
    Advertisements
    Letters to Request
  • 27. Entertain ~ Motivate ~ Inspire(Genres of poetry)
    Poetry
    Write poetry to entertain, motivate & inspire.
    Chants & rhymes
    Patterned poetry
    Cinquains, diamontes, & septaines
    Ballads & Haiku
    Limericks & classic formats
    Lyrics
  • 28. Poetry
    “Put Something In”
    By Shel Silverstein
    Draw a crazy picture,
    Write a nutty poem,
    Sing a mumble-gumble song,
    Whistle through your comb.
    Do a loony-goony dance
    ‘Cross the kitchen floor,
    Put something silly in the world
    That ain’t been there before.