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.
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H2 Pointers on Writing a Narrative

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

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H2 Pointers on Writing a Narrative

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

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