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Narrative Writing

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NARRATIVE
writing
study
Genre Study
& Writing
Prompts
PAPER & DIGITAL
VERSIONS INCLUDED
NARRATIVE Genre Study & Writing Prompts
writing
ABOUT THIS RESOURCE
This 3-day unit is designed to help students learn about the narrative writing genre. Students will learn
about the defining features of factual and fictional narratives. They’ll develop a deep understanding of
the genre’s purpose, critical elements, and writing techniques. Students will create an engaging booklet
filled with guided notes. In addition, they’ll develop their craft as writers as they respond to 5 different
writing tasks. This resource provides a solid and critical foundation for any narrative writing unit.
AT A GLANCE
This mini-unit is designed to be
interactive and versatile. You might
use this 3-day unit…
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As an introduction to a
narrative writing unit.
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In combination with a
narrative reading unit.
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With students that need
instructional support.
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Along with other genre
studies.
SKILLS / CONTENT
During this mini-unit, students will learn about…
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Purpose, Audience, and Forms of Narrative Writing
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Narrative Writing Structure – Development of the
beginning, middle, and end of a story
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Point of View – First-person, Omniscient, Limited
Omniscient, Objective
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Narrative Techniques including imagery
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Story Structure Elements – Plot, Characters, Setting,
Conflict, Theme
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The Writing Process – Prewriting, Writing, Rewriting,
Revising, Proofreading, and Publishing
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DAY
MATERIALS
NARRATIVE writing
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Class set of the Narrative Writing Study Booklet pages (copy the pages back-to-back
so that each student has 3 pieces of paper) or access the digital booklet HERE.
Scissors
String or Yarn (OPTIONAL)
OPTIONAL – Various picture books to illustrate narrative writing structure
Explain to students that they will be learning about the narrative writing genre.
Pass out the booklet pages. Lead students through the assembly of the booklet.
(See the step-by-step directions page after the lesson plans.)
LESSON – PAGES 1 - 3
PAGE 1: Cover Page
• Have students add their name and the date to the cover page.
• As an extension or for fast finishers, students can color in this page at any time.
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Click HERE to
make a copy
of the
digital
version of
the BOOKLET.
PAGE 2: Purpose / Audience / Forms
• Give students guided notes on the purpose, audience, and forms of narrative writing.
• As you review the forms of narrative writing, remind students that there are many additional forms of the
genre. The list that they are compiling is a sampling.
• You may want to provide examples of the different forms of narrative writing pieces to help illustrate the
diversity of the narrative writing genre.
PAGE 3: Narrative Writing Structure
• Give students notes about the structure of most narrative writing pieces.
• Note that students will be exposed to elements of narrative writing like “theme” and “plot.” This page
will serve as an introduction to those words.
• As an extension, you might have students investigate a picture book or short story to identify the
elements of the beginning, middle, and end in a narrative piece.
LESSON CONTINUES ON THE NEXT PAGE.
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NARRATIVE writing
DAY
1
HOMEWORK / EXTENSION
Extend the lesson with the Narrative Writing Skill on page 4, or assign the practice as homework.
PAGE 4 – Narrative Writing Skill
• Discuss how authors use literary devices to make their writing more vivid.
• Give students a chance to practice writing with imagery.
• Have students write descriptions of people, places, animals, and things on page 4 in their booklets.
• Remind students to describe the item in such a way that others would be able to guess the subject
without ever mentioning it. For instance, if they are describing a moment in nature like a snowfall, they
might write:
White wispy flakes dance from the sky as the cold wind tosses them to and fro. Slowly, a white
blanket forms on the icy ground, making the world a little quieter.
• Encourage students to add descriptive words and sensory details to their writing.
• Give students a chance to share their descriptions during the end of class or during the next class
period.
GRADE TRACKING
GUIDE
Click HERE to make a
copy of the digital
GRADE GUIDE.
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The Grade Tracking Guide is OPTIONAL.
If you’d like to evaluate students’ work during this miniunit, a grade tracking guide is available in this section of
the resource.
Copy a ½ class set of the guides. Then, cut the Grade
Tracking Guides in half to create one for each student.
Each element on the guide is designed to be evaluated
with an “excellent,” “average,” and “needs
improvement” scale. Points are assigned to each.
There’s an area to provide comments for each grade.
The total points that students can earn is 20.
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LESSON – PAGES 5 - 8
MATERIALS
NARRATIVE writing
DAY
2
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Students’ Narrative Writing Booklets
Timer
OPTIONAL: Samples of narrative books or short stories to provide examples of the elements of story
structure
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Review notes from previous class.
Give students a chance to share their writing from page 4 with a partner, small group, or the entire
class.
PAGE 5 – Narrative Writing Practice
• Begin the lesson with a fun writing activity.
• Explain to students that sometimes the best way to practice writing is to simply give yourself time to
write.
• Review the different prompts with students.
• Then, set a timer for eight minutes (or have students set a time to write at home for homework). During
those eight minutes, have students write nonstop.
• Give students a chance to share their writing with a peer during the class period or when they return to
class on the following day.
PAGES 6 – 7 – Elements of Story Structure
• Explain to students that narrative stories have elements of structure that differentiate them from other
forms of writing.
• Give students notes on the different elements of story structure.
• As you review each element, discuss examples in a text that students are familiar with or show samples
of narrative books or stories to illustrate each element.
LESSON CONTINUES ON THE NEXT PAGE.
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HOMEWORK / EXTENSION
NARRATIVE writing
DAY
2
Extend the lesson with the Narrative Writing Challenge on page 8, or assign the challenge as homework.
PAGE 8 – Narrative Writing Challenge
• Challenge students to create the middle and end of a story.
• Review the beginning of the story that is provided for students.
• Encourage students to review the Narrative Writing Structure on page 3 as they develop their ideas.
• Then, give them a chance to creatively complete the story.
• If students need additional space to write, have them continue their story on a piece of lined paper.
• If time permits (or during the next class), have students share their writing with a classmate, small group,
or the entire class.
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MATERIALS
NARRATIVE writing
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LESSON – PAGES 9-12
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DAY
3
Students’ Narrative Writing Booklets
OPTIONAL: A tall tale like Johnny Appleseed (search “Johnny Appleseed PDF” online) or Paul Bunyan
(search “Paul Bunyan PDF” online) to read out loud to students.
Review notes from previous classes.
Give students a chance to share their writing from page 8 with a partner, small group, or the entire
class.
PAGE 9 – Narrative Writing Prompt
• Begin the lesson with a fun writing activity. You might read a tall tale out loud to students before they
start writing.
• Students will have the chance to write a wild story as they craft a tall tale.
• Encourage students to think of a problem before they create their character. For instance, a problem
might be a drought. Then, have them come up with an unbelievable character. This might be someone
who has an incredible singing voice. When she shouts and sings to the sky, the clouds gather. Then,
when she hits the highest note, rain begins to pour from the sky.
• You might give students a chance to brainstorm their ideas with a partner before they write a narrative
tall tale.
• As students finish writing, give them a chance to share their work with a peer. Have them point out
different narrative elements that they included in their tall tale.
PAGE 10 – Point of View
• Review the definition of point of view with students.
• Then, lead them through filling in the information about the four highlighted points of view.
• As an extension, you might share examples of each point of view.
LESSON CONTINUES ON THE NEXT PAGE.
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LESSON
NARRATIVE writing
DAY
3
PAGE 11 – Narrative Writing Prompt
• Students will need to select different elements of a story.
• Then, they should creatively combine the elements to create a narrative story.
• Encourage students to brainstorm how they will connect the elements before beginning their response.
• If time permits, have students share their writing with a partner, small group, or the class.
PAGE 12 – The Writing Process
• Explain to students that writing is a process.
• Have students fill in the elements of the writing process.
Now that students have a strong understanding of narrative writing, get students working through the
writing process as they create their own narrative writing pieces.
EXTENSION
Here are some teacher and student favorites:
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NAME ___________________ GRADE TRACKING GUIDE NAME ___________________ GRADE TRACKING GUIDE
GUIDED NOTES – Pages 2, 3, 6, 7, 10, and 12
GUIDED NOTES – Pages 2, 3, 6, 7, 10, and 12
Guided notes are thorough,
accurate, and neat.
EXCELLENT
AVERAGE
NEEDS
IMPROVEMENT
COMMENT: __________
5 points
3 points
1 point
NARRATIVE WRITING SKILL – PAGE 4
EXCELLENT
AVERAGE
NEEDS
IMPROVEMENT
COMMENT: __________
5 points
3 points
1 point
NARRATIVE WRITING SKILL – PAGE 4
Writing is descriptive,
creative, and engaging.
EXCELLENT
AVERAGE
NEEDS
IMPROVEMENT
COMMENT: __________
3 points
2 points
1 point
NARRATIVE WRITING practice – PAGE 5
Writing is descriptive,
creative, and engaging.
EXCELLENT
AVERAGE
NEEDS
IMPROVEMENT
COMMENT: __________
3 points
2 points
1 point
NARRATIVE WRITING practice – PAGE 5
Writing shows effort and
narrative writing elements.
EXCELLENT
AVERAGE
NEEDS
IMPROVEMENT
COMMENT: __________
3 points
2 points
1 point
NARRATIVE WRITING challenge – PAGE 8
Writing shows effort and
narrative writing elements.
EXCELLENT
AVERAGE
NEEDS
IMPROVEMENT
COMMENT: __________
3 points
2 points
1 point
NARRATIVE WRITING challenge – PAGE 8
Writing includes a welldeveloped middle and end.
EXCELLENT
AVERAGE
NEEDS
IMPROVEMENT
COMMENT: __________
3 points
2 points
1 point
NARRATIVE WRITING prompt – PAGE 9
Writing includes a welldeveloped middle and end.
EXCELLENT
AVERAGE
NEEDS
IMPROVEMENT
COMMENT: __________
3 points
2 points
1 point
NARRATIVE WRITING prompt – PAGE 9
Tall tale demonstrates
creativity and effort.
EXCELLENT
AVERAGE
NEEDS
IMPROVEMENT
COMMENT: __________
3 points
2 points
1 point
NARRATIVE WRITING PROMPT – PAGE 11
Tall tale demonstrates
creativity and effort.
EXCELLENT
AVERAGE
NEEDS
IMPROVEMENT
COMMENT: __________
3 points
2 points
1 point
NARRATIVE WRITING PROMPT – PAGE 11
Shows an understanding of
narrative writing.
EXCELLENT
AVERAGE
NEEDS
IMPROVEMENT
COMMENT: __________
3 points
2 points
1 point
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Guided notes are thorough,
accurate, and neat.
TOTAL: ____ / 20
Shows an understanding of
narrative writing.
EXCELLENT
AVERAGE
NEEDS
IMPROVEMENT
COMMENT: __________
3 points
2 points
1 point
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TOTAL: ____ / 20
Booklet assembly directions
MATERIALS:
Pages of the booklet (3
per student copied backto-back.)
String, yarn, or ribbon
about 2 feet long
Scissors
1. Copy the 6 pages backto-back. (See “Narrative
Writing Booklet Pages” for
copying details.)
As an alternative, you can just have students
add staples to the side of the book if you would
like to skip tying the pages together.
2. Fold along the dotted lines. Be sure to fold
the pages with the following page #’s on top:
Page 1
Page 3
Page 5
“Tail”
3. Stack the pages inside
one another. Page 1
should be on the top.
Then, Page 3 should be
next. Finally, Page 5 should
be in the middle.
4. Cut out the gray
triangle shapes on the
cover of the book while all
the pages are stacked
together.
5. Take the piece of string
and thread it through the
middle triangle shape.
Leave about 4 inches of a
“tail” sticking out of the
book.
6. Take the long end of
the string and wrap it
around the bottom corner
and up along the top
corner of the book.
7. Loop the string inside
the book. Then, thread the
string through the inside of
the book through the
middle triangle shape.
8. Tie the
two ends of
the string
together.
9. Check to make sure
that the booklet is in the
correct order. Then…get
busy learning!
Narrative Writing
Booklet Pages
Copy back-to-back…
Copy pages 12 / 1
and 2 / 11
back-to-back.
Copy pages 10 / 3
and 4 / 9
back-to-back.
Copy pages 8 / 5
and 6 / 7
back-to-back.
The WRITING
PROCESS
WRITE
WRITE
PREWRITING
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All About
NARRATIVE
REVISE
REWRITE
REWRITE
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writing
NAME
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proofread
12
PUBLISH
DATE
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PURPOSE
The purpose of NARRATIVE WRITING
is to _______ ____________.
NARRATIVE WRITING…
• Can be ________ or _________.
• Factual narratives recount ____ events.
• Fictional narratives are ______ ___
stories.
Authors write narratives to share stories
that _______, _______, or most often
to _______ their audience. The goal is to
capture the audience and keep them
_________ with the narrative.
AUDIENCE
Narratives are a diverse genre of writing.
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FORMS
NARRATIVE WRITING PROMPT
Choose a character, setting, and problem.
Then, write a fictional narrative combining the
story elements that you chose.
CHARACTER
SETTING
PROBLEM
Veterinarian
Singer
Principal
Pro Athlete
Boat
Forest
Beach
Airplane
Lost
Betrayed
Stranded
Competition
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NARRATIVE WRITING
STRUCTURE
In the beginning, authors often include…
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FOUR POINTS OF VIEW ARE…
BEGINNING
POINT
of
view
Point of view is the
_________ _______
through which the story is
told. Authors must
determine _______ is
telling the story, and ___
_______ they are telling
the story to.
First-Person
Omniscient Viewpoint
The narrator _____ ___and _______
__________ about ______ character.
IN THE MIDDLE, authors often introduce…
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MIDDLE
The author tells the story through the _____
______________ using “__” and “_____.”
Limited Omniscient
The narrator focuses on a _______
character and tells that character’s _______
and _______ .
10
The author tells the events of the story _______
telling what the characters _______ or _______ .
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END
Objective Viewpoint
As the narrative ends, the reader learns
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NARRATIVE WRITING SKILL
Authors use descriptive details to create imagery or a
picture in a reader’s mind. Stir up your readers’
imaginations by describing each item below. Do not use
the name of what you are describing in your writing.
A WILD ANIMAL
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A moment in nature
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A PLACE IN SCHOOL
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A PERSON YOU KNOW
NARRATIVE WRITING PROMPT
Write a tall tale about an unbelievable character that
can do something incredible. Describe how the
character solved a problem with his or her special talent.
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NARRATIVE WRITING CHALLENGE
Complete the story below. Be sure to add story structure
elements.
It seemed like a harmless idea at the time. Although my brother warned me to
never open the tattered box in the back of our garage, I couldn’t help myself. It
seemed to be calling out, “Open me. You won’t believe what is inside.”
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NARRATIVE WRITING PRACTICE
Choose a moment from your life to write about from the
categories below. Set a timer for 8 minutes. Write in
response to the prompt for 8 minutes straight.
A favorite summer memory
A time when I was scared
A fun celebration
A moment of disappointment
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ELEMENTS of
story structure
CHARACTERS
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that take part in the action of
the story
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Authors develop characters
through:
• ____________
• ____________
• ____________
SETTING
_______ and _______
the story takes place
Setting can include a
description of:
• ____________
• ____________
• ____________
PLOT
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CONFLICT
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The __________________________________
Usually ___________ the reader to keep reading the story
Conflict usually takes the form of…
• ___________________________
• ___________________________
• ___________________________
• ___________________________
The ______________________________
Includes 5 main elements:
• Exposition – ____________________
• Rising Action – ____________________
• Climax – ____________________
• Falling Action – ____________________
• Resolution – ____________________
Typically follows the ________ ____________ as he or she
attempts to __________________ or learn a _________
THEME
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The underlying ___________________________
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Can be stated __________ or __________
•
The theme embodies general ______________________
or ________________________
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Narrative Writing
Booklet Pages
ANSWER KEYS
The WRITING
PROCESS
WRITE
WRITE
PREWRITING
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Brainstorm ideas
Plan your writing
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Write a first draft
Refer to your planning
pages
REVISE
REWRITE
REWRITE
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Rewrite your draft
Include improvements
from revising
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Improve your writing
Add, eliminate, and
elevate ideas in your
first draft
All About
NARRATIVE
writing
NAME
___________________
proofread
•
12
Proofread your
second draft and fix
errors
PUBLISH
•
Share and/or
publish your
final draft
DATE
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1
PURPOSE
NARRATIVE WRITING PROMPT
The purpose of NARRATIVE WRITING
is to tell stories.
NARRATIVE WRITING…
• Can be factual or fictional.
• Factual narratives recount true events.
• Fictional narratives are made up stories.
Choose a character, setting, and problem.
Then, write a fictional narrative combining the
story elements that you chose.
CHARACTER
SETTING
PROBLEM
Veterinarian
Singer
Principal
Pro Athlete
Boat
Forest
Beach
Airplane
Lost
Betrayed
Stranded
Competition
Responses
will vary.
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Authors write narratives to share stories
that motivate, educate, or most often to
entertain their audience. The goal is to
capture the audience and keep them
engaged with the narrative.
AUDIENCE
Narratives are a diverse genre of writing.
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• Fairy tales
• Drama
• Fable
• Myth
• Legend
• Mystery
• Novel
• Memoir
• fantasy
FORMS
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NARRATIVE WRITING
STRUCTURE
In the beginning, authors often include…
• An introduction to main characters
• A description of the setting
• A preview of the theme
BEGINNING
POINT
of
view
Point of view is the
narrative voice through
which the story is told.
Authors must determine
who is telling the story, and
to whom they are telling
the story to.
FOUR POINTS OF VIEW ARE…
First-Person
Omniscient Viewpoint
The narrator sees all and knows everything
about each character.
IN THE MIDDLE, authors often introduce…
• A conflict
• Roadblocks that challenge characters
• Suspense as characters deal with
obstacles
MIDDLE
The author tells the story through the eyes of
a character using “I” and “my.”
Limited Omniscient
The narrator focuses on a single character and
tells that character’s thoughts and feelings.
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The author tells the events of the story without
telling what the characters think or feel.
As the narrative ends, the reader learns
whether or not the character was successful in
overcoming the conflict or problem.
END
Objective Viewpoint
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NARRATIVE WRITING SKILL
Authors use descriptive details to create imagery or a
picture in a reader’s mind. Stir up your readers’
imaginations by describing each item below. Do not use
the name of what you are describing in your writing.
NARRATIVE WRITING PROMPT
Write a tall tale about an unbelievable character that
can do something incredible. Describe how the
character solved a problem with his or her special talent.
Responses will vary.
A WILD ANIMAL
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_______________
_______________
_______________
_________
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A moment in nature
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4
A PLACE IN SCHOOL
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A PERSON YOU KNOW
_______________________
Responses will vary.
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9
NARRATIVE WRITING CHALLENGE
Complete the story below. Be sure to add story structure
elements.
It seemed like a harmless idea at the time. Although my brother warned me to
never open the tattered box in the back of our garage, I couldn’t help myself. It
seemed to be calling out, “Open me. You won’t believe what is inside.”
____________________________________________
Responses will vary.
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8 ____________________________________________
NARRATIVE WRITING PRACTICE
Choose a moment from your life to write about from the
categories below. Set a timer for 8 minutes. Write in
response to the prompt for 8 minutes straight.
A favorite summer memory
A time when I was scared
A fun celebration
A moment of disappointment
Responses
will vary.
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ELEMENTS of
story structure
CHARACTERS
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•
People and/or animals that
take part in the action of the
story
Authors develop characters
through:
• Actions
• Dialogue
• Appearance
SETTING
•
•
Where and when the
story takes place
Setting can include a
description of:
• A location
• Weather
• Time period
PLOT
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CONFLICT
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•
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The opposition of forces in the plot
Usually entices the reader to keep reading the story
Conflict usually takes the form of…
• Character vs. Nature
• Character vs. Society
• Character vs. Character(s)
• Character vs. Self
The sequence of events
Includes 5 main elements:
• Exposition – Beginning of the story
• Rising Action – Events leading up to conflict
• Climax – Point of highest interest
• Falling Action – Events begin to be resolved
• Resolution – The end of the story
Typically follows the main character as he or she attempts to
solve a problem or learn a lesson
THEME
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The underlying meaning of a story
Can be stated directly or indirectly
The theme embodies general truths about society or human
nature
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