It is a piece of writing that tells events in a chronological sequence. It is like a narrative text in that you have to write a story, but in a recount story is real. The story may be the event or situation that took place on particular day, and are the narrator of the whole event. The order of the events is very important.
Totell the readers what happened in the past through a sequence of events
Orientation: Who were involved in the story, when, and where Events: tell what happened in a chronological. Evaluation: Comments of the writer/speaker about the experience. Re-orientation: The conclusion of the experience
Meeting a StarOn Saturday morning at 9:30, I was walkingdown Sunda Street, looking for a record store.A man stopped me and asked me the way tothe Hyatt Hotel. I wasnt sure exactly where itwas, but I walked with him to the end of SundaStreet. He was very friendly, and his facelooked so familiar. Then I remembered wherethe Hyatt was and told him how to get there.He thanked me and tried to give mesomething.
I thought it was money. I said no at ﬁrst, buthe really wanted me to have it, so I took it. Ifound the record store and listened to a fewrecords. D Masive had a new record that wasnumber two in the top twenty. I decided to buyit. I looked in my bag for my wallet and founda piece of paper the man gave me. It was aphoto. I was so surprised! He was a singer in DMasive! Adapted from New Horizons in English4
1. Where was the writer? 2. What was he doing? 3. What did the man ask the writer? 4. How was the mans character? 5. Did the writer help the man? 6. What did the writer decide to buy? 7. What did he find in his wallet? Explain. 8. How was he when he knew who the man was?