Ch 14: 9th Grade English: Narrative Writing

About This Chapter

In these lessons, students take a closer look at the process of narrative writing. This chapter may help students earn credits to graduate high school faster, and it can also help students who have missed class and fallen behind.

Narrative Writing - Chapter Summary

Every form of writing requires different elements, and high school students will need to have a clear understanding of the purpose for each type of writing. These lessons provide an explanation about narrative writing, including its key characteristics and tips on how to approach this type of writing.

Students who have a difficult time paying attention in class may benefit from this particular learning resource. For one thing, the chapter is self-paced, allowing students to examine the lessons in their own time, and re-examine the materials as much as needed. Each lesson is also short in duration, which can help students stay focused. Many of the lessons on the site offer a video component, and the video lessons include the instructor discussing the information while visual graphics, words, and cartoon animations appear on screen to reinforce the lesson materials. At the end of this chapter, students will have learned how to do the following:

  • Explain the definition and characteristics of narrative essays
  • Point out the hook of narrative essays and its purpose
  • Use techniques of reflection, description, pacing, and dialogue
  • Incorporate sensory language and descriptive details
  • Use reflection to conclude a narrative

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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