Narrative Writing:
An Autobiographical
Incident
By
Ayuningtyas Christanti
1171114
What is narrative
writing?
• It tells a story.
• It has the elements of a short
story:
-Character
- Plot
-Setting
- Theme
What is narrative
writing?
(Continued)
• It has a beginning, middle,
and end.
• It tells the order in which
events take pl...
What is an
autobiographical
incident?
• It is a type of narrative
writing.
• It tells a story about an
event in a person’s...
Can you predict the outcome of a
story?
The Day That Wasn’t
My alarm clock went off, and I jumped out of
bed. I had set it...
The Day That Wasn’t”
(Continued)
Finally, I went downstairs to eat
breakfast. I only wanted a bowl of
cereal and a glass o...
Works Cited
• Kinneary, James and John Warriner. Elements of Writing. Texas:
Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1998.
• I obtain...
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  • 1. Narrative Writing: An Autobiographical Incident By Ayuningtyas Christanti 1171114
  • 2. What is narrative writing? • It tells a story. • It has the elements of a short story: -Character - Plot -Setting - Theme
  • 3. What is narrative writing? (Continued) • It has a beginning, middle, and end. • It tells the order in which events take place. • It is told from a particular point of view.
  • 4. What is an autobiographical incident? • It is a type of narrative writing. • It tells a story about an event in a person’s life. • It is written from events in the person’s memory. • It expresses the person’s thoughts and feelings.
  • 5. Can you predict the outcome of a story? The Day That Wasn’t My alarm clock went off, and I jumped out of bed. I had set it the night before to make sure that I wouldn’t oversleep. Boy, was I excited! This was the first day of school, and I couldn’t wait to go back! I was anxious to see my old friends and to show off my new school clothes. I took a shower and got dressed. I put on my new Wilson Melissa shoes, my “Angel” shirt, and my new Mudd jeans. Then, I brushed my teeth, combed my hair, and put on my jewelry. I checked myself out in the floor length mirror. “Nice,” I said to myself.I gathered all of my school supplies- binder,paper, pencils, pens, single subject notebooks-and put them in my book bag.
  • 6. The Day That Wasn’t” (Continued) Finally, I went downstairs to eat breakfast. I only wanted a bowl of cereal and a glass of juice.I was too excited to eat anything else. When I went into the kitchen with my book bag on my back, my mom had a strange look on her face. (At this time, I will ask my classmates to predict the outcome of this story. After they make their predictions, I will read the rest of the story.)
  • 7. Works Cited • Kinneary, James and John Warriner. Elements of Writing. Texas: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1998. • I obtained information about narrative writing. • Royster, Joyce and Mark Lester,. Writer’s Choice. New York: Glencoe/McGrawHill, 1996. • I obtained information about narrative writing. • http://dgl.microsoft.com/ • I retrieved clip art form this website. • http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Atrium/1437/narr.html • I retrieved information about narrative writing from this website.