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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 written on it. For example, Where the Wild Things Are.
    • 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 setting.
    • 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 good to bad or vice versa.
    • 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 between two paths- the good and the evil, the right and the wrong.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Characteristics of a Narrative Text 4. In every narrative text, there is always a lesson at the end of it.