Agnes Krisara – Ika Anggraini
Puti Aisya – Tania Angellina
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oWhat is recount text?
oWhat is the generic structure of
recount text?
oWhat is the features of recount
text?
oW...
Recount text is a text that telling the reader
about past story, action or activity. Its also
used to describe about someo...
Generic structure of Recount Text
• Orientation tells who was involved, what happened,

where the events took place, and w...
1. Orientation – who, what, when,
where……………………………………
2. Event 1………………………………………
3. Event 2………………………………………
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4. Reorien...
Features on recount text
1. Using details. Details are selected to help the reader
reconstruct the activity or incident (F...
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  1. 1. Agnes Krisara – Ika Anggraini Puti Aisya – Tania Angellina
  2. 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. 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. 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. 5. 1. Orientation – who, what, when, where…………………………………… 2. Event 1……………………………………… 3. Event 2……………………………………… … … … 4. Reorientation – concludes retelling………………………………………
  6. 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)
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