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A refresher on narrative writing to serve as a guideline in completing Performance Task Nº2 on Asian Mysteries.

A refresher on narrative writing to serve as a guideline in completing Performance Task Nº2 on Asian Mysteries.

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  • Writing theNarrative!
  • Keep to the story you are telling.
  • Make sure theevents happen in achronological order.
  • Use greatvocabulary.
  • Use dialogue or other creativewriting strategies.
  • Use similes andstrong verbs to enhance descriptions.
  • Include enoughdetail to make yourstory interesting to the reader.
  • Write with a clear voice.
  • Beginning
  • Begin with a“grabber.”
  • Describe scene.
  • Introducecharacters.
  • Middle
  • Develop incidentwith at least one specific scene.
  • Happenings shouldbe in correct order.
  • Includedescriptions.
  • Your action should take place here.
  • A conversationmight work well here.
  • This is a goodplace for a simile or even a bit of humour.
  • End
  • Bring story to aclose, referring toevents in the story for continuity.
  • Wrap it up with asatisfying ending, a zinger or a ,humorous comment.