NARRATIVE TEXT
Abdul Hamid Aly
13 march, 2015
Ali Baba
Once upon a time there were 40 cruel thieves who put their stolen money and
treasures in a cave. They went in the...
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Student are expected to:
 Be able to understand the definition and
characteristics of Narrative text....
LEARNING ACTIVITIES
 Identify a narrative text.
 Make 6 group by mention number
(remember your number)
 Discussion rela...
DEFINITION AND PURPOSE
 Kurniawati (2012) Narrative text is fiction text
(fiction story) that to entertain the reader.
INTRINSIC ELEMENT OF THE STORY
1. Plot
The plot of the story is the ‘what happens and why’.
It is perhaps the main reason ...
CONT…
3. Theme
A theme is defined as a broad idea in a story, or a message of
story. To know the theme we have to identify...
SENTENCE UNDERSTANDING
1. Pronoun
Pronoun is a word that takes place of noun for subject (I,
you, She, He, It, They, We), ...
 How is the complication of the story raised?
 When does the story happen?
 Where does the story take place?
 What is ...
Ali Baba
Once April a time there were 40 cruel thieves who put their stolen money and treasures in
a cave. They went in th...
JIGSAW STRATEGY
 Make home group then mention number 1 to 6
(remember your number, bring with you peace of paper
and hand...
IN THE END
 What you have learned today?
 How was the teaching learning process?
 What your impression of teaching lear...
By loving something, you will do everything for the
thing that you loved.
Imam Ghozali
Thank you
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Narrative text Part 1

English Lesson at SMA Negeri 2 Malang
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  • 1. NARRATIVE TEXT Abdul Hamid Aly 13 march, 2015
  • 2. Ali Baba Once upon a time there were 40 cruel thieves who put their stolen money and treasures in a cave. They went in the cave by saying ”Open Sesame” to the cave entrance. A poor person, named Ali Baba saw them while they were doing that, so he heard the opening word. After they left, he went toward the cave and opened it. Suddenly he found a very large quantity of money and golden treasures. He took some of it and went back home. After that he became a rich man and his brother wanted to know how he became rich. Ali Baba turned into the richest man in his village. His evil brother was really jealous of him, and wanted to know how he could get such a lot of money. Therefore, when Ali Baba went to the cave again to take some more money, his brother followed him. He saw everything, and decided to go back the next day to take some money for himself. The next morning he found a lot of money in the cave, and he wanted to take all of them. Unfortunately, when he was busy carrying the money to his house, the thieves came. The boss of the thieves asked him how he knew about the cave. He told everything, but unluckily they killed him and went to Ali Baba’s house. After finding Ali Baba’s house, they made a plan to kill him the following night. Some of the thieves hid in big jars, and the boss pretended that he was a merchant who wanted to sell the jars to Ali Baba. Ali Baba who was a kind man invited the boss of the thief to have lunch together. After lunch they took a rest. Luckily, the house maid went out of the house, and found that there were thieves inside the jars. She finally boiled hot oil and poured it into the jars to kill all of them. The boss of the thieves was caught, and put into prison. In the end, Ali Baba was saved from the danger, and he finally lived happily ever after with his maid who became his wife shortly after.
  • 3. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Student are expected to:  Be able to understand the definition and characteristics of Narrative text.  Identify the Intrinsic and characteristics of Narrative text.  Be able to tell narrative text to the others.
  • 4. LEARNING ACTIVITIES  Identify a narrative text.  Make 6 group by mention number (remember your number)  Discussion related to the material  Analyze a narrative text.  Jigsaw strategy  Reflection
  • 5. DEFINITION AND PURPOSE  Kurniawati (2012) Narrative text is fiction text (fiction story) that to entertain the reader.
  • 6. INTRINSIC ELEMENT OF THE STORY 1. Plot The plot of the story is the ‘what happens and why’. It is perhaps the main reason people read stories-to be entertained. The plot of narrative text, generic structure, is ordered such orientation (Introduction), complication (Problem), resolution(problem solving), re-orientation (The ending), and coda (moral value). 2. Setting Manning and O’Neill (1999: 85) stated that setting involves where and when the story is set. In addition by understanding those ‘where and when’ the story could be understood deeply.
  • 7. CONT… 3. Theme A theme is defined as a broad idea in a story, or a message of story. To know the theme we have to identify the main character, the main actors says, and the main actors feels. Usually the theme talks about life, society and human nature. 4. Character This is what both the actors think, says, and does and what other think and say about them. Such Antagonist (bad/cruel) and Protagonist (good/flat) or main (Tokoh utama) and supporting (Tokoh pembantu). 5. Lesson learnt Lesson learnt is moral value of the story. Moral value is the message that could be taken the benefit of the story. Lesson learnt is the good thing that we get it from a story.
  • 8. SENTENCE UNDERSTANDING 1. Pronoun Pronoun is a word that takes place of noun for subject (I, you, She, He, It, They, We), object (Me, you, Her, Him, It, Them, Us), or possessive cases (My/Mine, your, Her, His, Its, Their, Our) 2. Main idea Main idea is important information that tells more about the overall idea of paragraph or a section of text. 3. Inference An inference is an idea or conclusion that’s drawn from evidence and reasoning. 4. Vocabulary understanding This is an understanding of the word meaning in the context. In addition, this is to develop an understanding of the word’s connotations as well as its denotation.
  • 9.  How is the complication of the story raised?  When does the story happen?  Where does the story take place?  What is the resolution of the story?  Who are/is the main character?  What is the moral value of the story?  What is the theme of the story?
  • 10. Ali Baba Once April a time there were 40 cruel thieves who put their stolen money and treasures in a cave. They went in the cave by saying ”Open Sesame” to the cave entrance. A poor person, named Ali Baba saw them while they were doing that, so he heard the opening word. After they left, he went toward the cave and opened it. Suddenly he found a very large quantity of money and golden treasures. He took some of it and went back home. After that he became a rich man and his brother wanted to know how he became rich. Ali Baba turned into the richest man in his village. His evil brother was really jealous of him, and wanted to know how he could get such a lot of money. Therefore, when Ali Baba went to the cave again to take some more money, his brother followed him. He saw everything, and decided to go back the next day to take some money for himself. The next morning he found a lot of money in the cave, and he wanted to take all of them. Unfortunately, when he was busy carrying the money to his house, the thieves came. The boss of the thieves asked him how he knew about the cave. He told everything, but unluckily they killed him and went to Ali Baba’s house. After finding Ali Baba’s house, they made a plan to kill him the following night. Some of the thieves hid in big jars, and the boss pretended that he was a merchant who wanted to sell the jars to Ali Baba. Ali Baba who was a kind man invited the boss of the thief to have lunch together. After lunch they took a rest. Luckily, the house maid went out of the house, and found that there were thieves inside the jars. She finally boiled hot oil and poured it into the jars to kill all of them. The boss of the thieves was caught, and put into prison. In the end, Ali Baba was saved from the danger, and he finally lived happily ever after with his maid who became his wife shortly after. 2. Story happened 4. The resolution of the story 1 the problem is started 3.IntheAliBaba’s vilage 5. Ali Baba is the main character 6. Don’t be envy 7. Society
  • 11. JIGSAW STRATEGY  Make home group then mention number 1 to 6 (remember your number, bring with you peace of paper and handout)  Read and analyze the story (7 minutes) you may take a note.  Move on the expert group (gather with same number)  Discuss and answer the question (7 minutes) you may take a note.  Back to home group and present your answer and understanding about the story. (10 minutes) (2 minutes for each)  Communicating and evaluating together
  • 12. IN THE END  What you have learned today?  How was the teaching learning process?  What your impression of teaching learning today?
  • 13. By loving something, you will do everything for the thing that you loved. Imam Ghozali Thank you