Narrative TheoryBy Lydia and Chris
Starter What is meant by the term ‘narrative’? Please write your ideas on the board.
DefinitionNarrative refers to the differenttypes of story structure that genresemploy as well as the actual story-telling...
Tododrov’s narrative theory. Tododrov’s narrative theory states that a narrative will followthis sturcture- Equilibrium;...
Vladimir Propp’s theory.Vladimir Propp went throughhundreds of fairy/folk tales andidentified:8 character roles- villain...
Can you think of a filmwhere Vladimir Propp’stheory applies?
Plenary Can you put the stages of Tododrov’s theoryinto the correct order.EquilibriumResolutionRecognitionDisequilibrium ...
Thanks for listening!
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Narrative theory mini lesson lydia

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  • 1. Narrative TheoryBy Lydia and Chris
  • 2. Starter What is meant by the term ‘narrative’? Please write your ideas on the board.
  • 3. DefinitionNarrative refers to the differenttypes of story structure that genresemploy as well as the actual story-telling devices and narrativemoments which they areassociated with.
  • 4. Tododrov’s narrative theory. Tododrov’s narrative theory states that a narrative will followthis sturcture- Equilibrium; how the place and characters begin at the start ofthe story. Disequilibrium; a disruption to the equilibrium. Recognition (of the disruption) Resolution; plan to resolve the disequilibrium. Restoration of equilibrium; the story returns back to thebeginning. (please make notes)
  • 5. Vladimir Propp’s theory.Vladimir Propp went throughhundreds of fairy/folk tales andidentified:8 character roles- villain, hero,donor, helper, princess, her father,dispatcher, false hero.
  • 6. Can you think of a filmwhere Vladimir Propp’stheory applies?
  • 7. Plenary Can you put the stages of Tododrov’s theoryinto the correct order.EquilibriumResolutionRecognitionDisequilibrium Restoration
  • 8. Thanks for listening!