Personal Narrative

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1. 3. Dialogue & Quotations

1.1. Quotation Marks

1.1.1. - With a period

1.1.2. - With an exclamation point

1.1.3. - With a question mark

1.1.4. - Continuing a sentence with   a dialogue tag in the middle

1.2. Dialogue tags

2. 2. Personal Narrative - Scavenger Hunt

2.1. Non-Fiction

2.1.1. Personal Narratives

2.1.2. Biography

2.1.3. Informational Writing

2.2. Fiction

2.2.1. Realistic Fiction

2.2.2. Science Fiction/Fantasy

2.2.3. Historical Fiction

3. 1. What is a Personal Narrative?

3.1. “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” by Judith Viorst

3.2. Characteristics of a Personal Narrative

3.2.1. Includes a beginning, middle, and end

3.2.2. Characters & events are realistic

3.2.3. Written from author's POV (first person)

3.2.4. Uses dialogue

3.2.5. Lots of detail

4. Key

4.1. Lesson Plan

4.2. Details

5. 4. Brainstorming Topics

5.1. Memories

5.1.1. Family traditions

5.1.2. Vacations

5.1.3. Holidays

5.2. Prompts

6. 6. Anatomy of a Narrative

6.1. Graphic Organizer

7. 5. Adding Color

7.1. Figurative language

7.2. Detailed language

7.3. Writing a hook

8. 7. Editing

8.1. Peer Review

8.2. Editing for punctuation

8.3. Editing for capitalization

8.4. Editing content - does it make sense?

9. 8. Publishing

9.1. Final Revised Copy

9.2. Adding illustrations

9.3. Typed/printed & bound