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Features of
a Narrative
Text
What is a narrative text?
Narrative text serves to inform
readers by telling them a story. It
can be real or not.
What are the purposes of a
narrative text?
1. To tell a story
2. To tell a sequence of events and
experiences
Examples of a Narrative Text
1. Plays- For example, the
musical play Wizard of Oz and
Camp Rock.
Examples of a Play
Examples of a Play
Examples of a Narrative Text
2. Novels- For example, Harry
Potter series, Charlotte’s Web
and Percy Jackson series.
Examples of Novels
Examples of Novels
Examples of a Narrative Text
3. Short stories- For example, the
stories you see in your B2A.
Examples of a Narrative Text
4. Picture books- These kind of
books are big with colorful
pictures and only few words
writt...
Examples of Picture Books
Examples of Picture Books
Characteristics of a Narrative
Text
1. There is a development of the
story starting with the beginning,
middle and end.
Characteristics of a Narrative
Text
2. In every narrative text, there is
a where and when it took place
or what we call se...
Characteristics of a Narrative
Text
3. There are characters presented
in the story.
Types of Characters
a. Protagonist- The main character
of the story.
b. Antagonist- The villain
Types of Characters
c. Round Characters- These are the
characters that change throughout
the story, may it be from being
g...
Types of Characters
c. Flat Characters- These are the
characters that do not change
throughout the story.
Characteristics of a Narrative
Text
4. Conflicts can be seen in the
text.
Types of Conflicts
a. Person vs. himself- The conflict is
internal. A character must overcome
his nature or make a choice ...
Types of Conflicts
b. Person vs. Another person- The
conflict is external. The conflict is
between two characters in the s...
Types of Conflicts
c. Person vs. Society- The person
is against a man-made problem
(e.g. bullying, slavery). In the
story,...
Types of Conflicts
d. Person vs. Nature- The person is
against any force or element of
nature. It could be a sea creature
...
Characteristics of a Narrative
Text
4. In every narrative text, there is
always a lesson at the end of it.
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  1. 1. Features of a Narrative Text
  2. 2. What is a narrative text? Narrative text serves to inform readers by telling them a story. It can be real or not.
  3. 3. What are the purposes of a narrative text? 1. To tell a story 2. To tell a sequence of events and experiences
  4. 4. Examples of a Narrative Text 1. Plays- For example, the musical play Wizard of Oz and Camp Rock.
  5. 5. Examples of a Play
  6. 6. Examples of a Play
  7. 7. Examples of a Narrative Text 2. Novels- For example, Harry Potter series, Charlotte’s Web and Percy Jackson series.
  8. 8. Examples of Novels
  9. 9. Examples of Novels
  10. 10. Examples of a Narrative Text 3. Short stories- For example, the stories you see in your B2A.
  11. 11. Examples of a Narrative Text 4. Picture books- These kind of books are big with colorful pictures and only few words written on it. For example, Where the Wild Things Are.
  12. 12. Examples of Picture Books
  13. 13. Examples of Picture Books
  14. 14. Characteristics of a Narrative Text 1. There is a development of the story starting with the beginning, middle and end.
  15. 15. Characteristics of a Narrative Text 2. In every narrative text, there is a where and when it took place or what we call setting.
  16. 16. Characteristics of a Narrative Text 3. There are characters presented in the story.
  17. 17. Types of Characters a. Protagonist- The main character of the story. b. Antagonist- The villain
  18. 18. Types of Characters c. Round Characters- These are the characters that change throughout the story, may it be from being good to bad or vice versa.
  19. 19. Types of Characters c. Flat Characters- These are the characters that do not change throughout the story.
  20. 20. Characteristics of a Narrative Text 4. Conflicts can be seen in the text.
  21. 21. Types of Conflicts a. Person vs. himself- The conflict is internal. A character must overcome his nature or make a choice between two paths- the good and the evil, the right and the wrong.
  22. 22. Types of Conflicts b. Person vs. Another person- The conflict is external. The conflict is between two characters in the story. Usually, it is the protagonist against the antagonist.
  23. 23. Types of Conflicts c. Person vs. Society- The person is against a man-made problem (e.g. bullying, slavery). In the story, the person is forced to fight these problems.
  24. 24. Types of Conflicts d. Person vs. Nature- The person is against any force or element of nature. It could be a sea creature such as sharks and octopuses or land creature such as bears and tigers. It could also be the natural catastrophe such as tornadoes, storms and earthquakes.
  25. 25. Characteristics of a Narrative Text 4. In every narrative text, there is always a lesson at the end of it.
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