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Writing organizer: Structuring a narrative
1.Scene, mood and characters:
When
Where
Who or What
2.Dilemma or problema that sets off the events (sequence of interesting events that disrupts the
normal life or confort of the characters)
3. Sequence of events:
First
Next
Later
After
While, as, meanwhile, when…
4. Resolution ( climax or ending where the problema is resolved)
Narrative stories
The purpose of a narrative is simple, to tell the audience a story. It can be written to motivate,
educate or most commonly entertain. Narratives can be both fact or fiction.
The challenge in writing a good narrative is to captivate the audience and keep them engaged as the
story is told.
Unlike other genres of writing narratives consist of many sub genre's, such as these.

Adventure

Drama

Fantasy

Fairy tale

Fable

Mystery / Whodunnit

Myth

Legend

Comedy

Love Story

Science Fiction

Tragedy
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