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  • 1. Agnes Krisara – Ika Anggraini Puti Aisya – Tania Angellina
  • 2. Contents oWhat is recount text? oWhat is the generic structure of recount text? oWhat is the features of recount text? oWhat is recount different from narrative? oExample of Recount text
  • 3. Recount text is a text that telling the reader about past story, action or activity. Its also used to describe about someone autobiography. The goal is to entertaining or informing the reader.
  • 4. Generic structure of Recount Text • Orientation tells who was involved, what happened, where the events took place, and when it happened. With orientation, background information answering who? when? where? why? • Events tell what happened and in what sequence. Events • Reorientation consists of optional-closure of are identified and described in chronological order. events/ending, concluding comments express a personal opinion regarding the events described
  • 5. 1. Orientation – who, what, when, where…………………………………… 2. Event 1……………………………………… 3. Event 2……………………………………… … … … 4. Reorientation – concludes retelling………………………………………
  • 6. Features on recount text 1. Using details. Details are selected to help the reader reconstruct the activity or incident (Factual Recount). The details are : details of time, place and incident need to be clearly stated, example : At 11.15 pm, between Reid Rd and  Havelock St a man drove at 140 kms toward the shopping centre (Factual Recount) descriptive details may also be required to provide information, example : He was a skinny boy with a blue shirt, red sneakers and long tied back hair (Factual Recount)