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Ch 19: FSA Grade 9-10 ELA: Narrative Writing

About This Chapter

If you are planning on taking the FSA Grade 9-10 ELA exam, you will need to have a thorough understanding of narrative writing. You can learn the essential information on this subject with the text and video lessons contained in this chapter.

FSA Grade 9-10 ELA: Narrative Writing - Chapter Summary

When studying for the Florida Standards Assessments (FSA) Grade 9-10 English Language Arts exam, you should spend a portion of your time studying the subject of narrative writing. The lessons you will find in this chapter will serve as excellent study guides for questions you'll encounter on this subject. Each lesson will teach you a different point that you might need to know for the exam, such as:

  • Types and examples of narrative writing
  • Narrative essay characteristics
  • Types of narrative techniques and narrative hooks
  • The use of descriptive details and sensory language
  • Writing an objective summary
  • Concluding narratives with reflection

The chapter also contains practice quiz questions that help you make sure you've accurately understood all of the information presented in the lessons. Once you've completed the chapter, you'll find that you are much better prepared for the actual FSA Grade 9-10 ELA exam.

8 Lessons in Chapter 19: FSA Grade 9-10 ELA: Narrative Writing
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What is Narrative Writing? - Definition, Types, Characteristics & Examples

1. What is Narrative Writing? - Definition, Types, Characteristics & Examples

In this lesson, you'll learn what makes a piece of writing a narrative. Examples are also given to illustrate the specific types of narrative writing.

Narrative Essay: Definition, Examples & Characteristics

2. Narrative Essay: Definition, Examples & Characteristics

Essays come in many forms. In this lesson, you'll learn all about a narrative essay, from its basic definition to the key characteristics that make for an engaging and effective essay.

Narrative Techniques in Writing: Definition, Types & Examples

3. Narrative Techniques in Writing: Definition, Types & Examples

In this lesson, we will examine various types of narrative techniques in writing, as well as examples of the literary techniques relevant to style, plot, and perspective/point of view.

What is a Narrative Hook? - Definition & Examples

4. What is a Narrative Hook? - Definition & Examples

This lesson will assist you in understanding components of narrative hooks found in literature and how they can be applied to your writing. Learn more about narrative hooks, and test your understanding through a quiz.

How to Use Descriptive Details & Sensory Language in Your Writing

5. How to Use Descriptive Details & Sensory Language in Your Writing

When you write a narrative, you can draw your reader into your experiences by adding specific, concrete details to your storytelling. This lesson tells you exactly how to do it.

How Transitions Show Shifts, Sequence & Relationships in Your Writing

6. How Transitions Show Shifts, Sequence & Relationships in Your Writing

When you write just about any kind of paper, whether it's story writing or essay writing, use transitions to help your reader make connections and move easily through your paper. Here are some specific ways to use transitions.

Writing an Objective Summary of a Story

7. Writing an Objective Summary of a Story

In this lesson, you'll learn exactly what teachers mean when they ask for an objective summary, and you'll learn how to write one as well. Finally, you can test your understanding with a short quiz.

Concluding Your Narrative with Reflection

8. Concluding Your Narrative with Reflection

Sometimes, after telling a story in our narrative essays, we need a little something more in the conclusion to help the reader understand our meaning. Personal reflections do this.

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