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  • 1. NARRATIVE TEXT 13 December 2013 Nova Isnawati
  • 2. Purpose : To amuse/entertain the readers and to tell a story. • Language Features : 1. Using Past Tense 2. Using action verb, eg : walk, run, jump, etc. 3. Chronological order or time order Example : • • • • Early next morning When an old gentleman riding a bay horse When the party While he was returning 13 December 2013 Nova Isnawati
  • 3. Generic Structure 1. Orientation : sets the scene and introduces the participants (characters) of the story, the time and place the story happened (Who, what, when and where) 2. Complication : a crisis arises. A series of events in which the main character attempts to solve the problem 3. Resolution : the crisis is resolved, for better or worse 4. Re-orientation: it is optional. The ending of story. It sometimes contains the solution 13 December 2013 Nova Isnawati
  • 4. Example The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing A Wolf found great difficulty in getting at the sheep owing to the vigilance of the shepherd and his dogs. But one day it found the skin of a sheep that had been flayed and thrown aside, so it put it on over its own pelt and strolled down among the sheep. The Lamb that belonged to the sheep whose skin the Wolf was wearing began to follow the Wolf in the Sheep's clothing. So, leading the Lamb a little apart, he soon made a meal off her - and for some time he succeeded in deceiving the sheep, and enjoying hearty meals. 13 December 2013 Nova Isnawati
  • 5. The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing 1. Generic structure : a) Orientation b) Complication : Paragraph 1 (A wolf…his dogs.) : Paragraph 1 (But one day…the sheep.) c) Resolution : Paragraph 2 (The lamb…Sheep’s clothing.) d) Re-orientation : Paragraph 2 (So, leading…hearty meals.) 2. Moral value : Appearances are deceptive, Do not underestimate someone else. 3. Action verb : Found, Getting, Found, Flayed, Put, strolled , Wearing, Leading, Succeeded, Enjoying 3. Chronological order : one day 13 December 2013 Nova Isnawati
  • 6. EXERCISE!! 1. Listen and complete the blank words from the text! 2. In which paragraph the generic structure of the text? a) Orientation b) Complication c) Resolution d) Re-orientation 3. What is the moral value from the text? 4. Mention the action verb from the text! 5. Is there any chronological order? if any, mention that chronological order! 13 December 2013 Nova Isnawati
  • 7. Exercise The Fox, the Cock and the Dog One moonlight night a Fox was _______ about a farmer's hen-coop, and saw a Cock _______ high up beyond his reach. "Good news, good news!" he cried. "Why, what is that?" said the Cock. "King Lion has declared a universal ______. No beast may hurt a bird henceforth, but all shall ______ together in brotherly friendship." "Why, that is good news," said the Cock; "and there I see some one coming, with whom we can share the good ________." And so saying he ________his neck forward and looked afar off. "What is it you see?" said the Fox. "It is only my master's Dog that is coming towards us. What, going so soon?" he continued, as the Fox began to ____ away as soon as he had ______ the news. "Will you not stop and ___________ the Dog on the reign of universal peace?" "I would gladly do so," said the Fox, "but I fear he may not have heard of King Lion's _______." 13 December 2013 Nova Isnawati
  • 8. Exercise • The Fox, the Cock and the Dog One moonlight night a Fox was prowling about a farmer's hen-coop, and saw a Cock roosting high up beyond his reach. "Good news, good news!" he cried. "Why, what is that?" said the Cock. "King Lion has declared a universal truce. No beast may hurt a bird henceforth, but all shall dwell together in brotherly friendship." "Why, that is good news," said the Cock; "and there I see some one coming, with whom we can share the good tidings." And so saying he craned his neck forward and looked afar off. "What is it you see?" said the Fox. "It is only my master's Dog that is coming towards us. What, going so soon?" he continued, as the Fox began to turn away as soon as he had heard the news. "Will you not stop and congratulate the Dog on the reign of universal peace?" "I would gladly do so," said the Fox, "but I fear he may not have heard of King Lion's decree." 13 December 2013 Nova Isnawati
  • 9. The Fox, the Cock and the Dog • (1)Prowling, (2)Roosting, (3)Truce, (4)Dwell, (5)Tidings, (6)Craned, (7)Turn, (8)Heard, (9)Congratulate, (10)Decree • Generic structure a) Orientation : Paragraph 1 (One moonlight night…his reach) b) Complication : Paragraph 1, 2 & 3 ("Good news…looked afar off.) c) Resolution : Paragraph 4 ("What is…universal peace?“) d) Re-orientation : Paragraph 5 ("I would…King Lion's decree.“) • Moral Value : Cunning often outwits itself. • Action verb : prowling, Saw, Roosting, Cried, Declared, Saying, craned • Chronological order : One moonlight night 13 December 2013 Nova Isnawati
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