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SHOWDOWN Created by Ms Lelis Warm up In your learning partners brainstorm together and write down a Tchart of Narrative and Expository text features NO NOTES You will have 3 minutes Then we will relay race ID: 620737 Download Presentation

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Narrative vs. Expository

SHOWDOWN!!!

Created by Ms.

LelisSlide2

Warm up!

In your

learning partners, brainstorm together and write down a T-chart of Narrative and Expository text features. NO NOTES!

You will have 3 minutes. Then we will relay race!

NarrativeExpositorySlide3

Now it’s time for TRIVIA

You may now use your notesYou will work in teams The scribe on your team will write the answer on a white boardWe will draw a name out of the bag and that person’s team has a chance to answer

If they don’t have an answer another name will be drawn and that person’s team can take the points.Slide4

What is the name forwhere

or when a story takes place?Slide5

The Setting is

where or when a story takes place.Slide6

Which kind of text tells a story, entertains, or enlightens?Slide7

The purpose of most Narrative Texts is to tell a story, entertain or enlighten.Slide8

What

is the purpose

of an Expository Text?Slide9

The purpose of an Expository text is

to inform, instruct, teach or explain.Slide10

Where

in a book would you find a foreword?Slide11

A foreword is found in the

beginning of a book.Slide12

Write down 3 elements of plot found in narrative texts.

1.2.3.

Hint: Think of your story map!Slide13

Plot Structure Includes: Setting

CharactersProblem/ConflictRising Action/EventsClimaxResolutionSlide14

Write a glossary entry for

glossary.Slide15

glossary – A glossary is a list of vocabulary words and their definitions, usually found in the back of a text. Slide16

What is the name

for words under a picture that describe what the picture is about?Slide17

This is a

CaptionSlide18

Draw a VENN DIAGRAM and list:

2 Elements of

Expository

2 Elements of Narrative

2 Elements of text found inBOTH!!! Slide19

Expository

Narrative

Both

Table of Contents

Maps

Photographs

Titles

Captions

Multi-sized print

Bolded words

Bulleted lists

Sidebars

Index

Glossary

Citations

Plot

Characters

Setting

Rising Action

Climax

Resolution

Sequence

Graphs, Diagrams

Vocabulary

Topic SentenceSlide20

What is the climax of Where the Wild Things Are?Slide21

The climax (or most emotionally intense turning point) of Where the Wild Things Are is when Max is made king, but begins

to miss home, and goes back even though the Wild Things beg him to stay.Slide22

Give an example

of 1 narrative and 1 expository text. (Write down the titles)Slide23

Answers will vary…Slide24

Name 3 text features you see on this page

 Slide25

Caption

Graph

Heading

Bolded wordsTopic Sentence

DiagramSlide26

Congratulations to the winning team!!!

But you are ALL winners

because now you are experts on narrative &expository texts!

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