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Title: Personal Narrative


1
Personal Narrative
  • Unit 1
  • W3
  • W5

2
Personal Narrative
  • a story about you
  • (NOT an autobiography)

3
Write with a purpose
  • Development
  • meaningful experience
  • well-chosen details
  • dialogue description
  • significance of experience
  • conclusion
  • What are you willing to write about?

sad funny happy scary most important most
exciting
4
ideas
  • Skydiving
  • learned about taking risks to challenge myself
    have the experience
  • Look at your 3 personal narrative ideas. Think
    about the significance of each. Write the
    significance beside each idea.

5
Write with a purpose
  • Organization
  • logical sequence
  • pacing
  • Language
  • first-person POV
  • precise descriptive (sensory) language
  • Audience
  • teacher classmates

6
Examples
  • http//my.hrw.com/la_2010/na_lit/nsmedia/ebook_gr9
    /write_smart/WriteSmart.html?moduleIndex1subSect
    ion1
  • Strong example
  • Weak example
  • comparison

7
Strong personal narrative model
8
Strong personal narrative model
9
Strong personal narrative model
10
Weak personal narrative model
11
Weak personal narrative model
12
Write with a purpose
  • Development
  • meaningful experience
  • well-chosen details
  • dialogue description
  • significance of experience
  • conclusion
  • What are you willing to write about?

sad funny happy scary most important most
exciting
13
Prewriting
  • experience
  • event1
  • event 2
  • event 3
  • event 4
  • event 5
  • significance
  • sound sight


Setting
14
Assignment
  • Step 1
  • decide on topic
  • Step 2
  • complete prewriting graphic organizer on
    notebook paper
  • Step 3
  • begin FIRST draft of personal narrative on
    another piece of notebook paper
  • think about your purpose
  • use p.177 179 as guides to first draft
    process
  • ok to make revisions on draft
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