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1 LOOK AHEAD 3 By : Eudia Grace Y.S. and M. Th. Sudarwati MEDIA PEMBELAJARANNARRATIVE TEXT TYPEKelas XII Semester 5
2 Standar Kompetensi :Mengungkapkan makna dalam teks lisan berbentuk narrative dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hariMengungkapkan makna dalam teks tulis berbentuk narrative dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari
3 Kompetensi Dasar : Berbicara: Mengungkapkan makna dalam teks monolog sederhana dengan menggunakan ragam bahasa lisan secara akurat, lancar dan berterima dalam berbagai konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dalam teks berbentuk narrativeMenulis :
4 What is the purpose of a narrative text? To entertain the readers or listeners with a story of problematic events which finally lead the participant to find a solutionTYPES OF NARRATIVE TEXT:FablesShort Stories
5 A Narrative text is organized like this: OrientationIntroduces the participant andtells where and when it happenedComplicationTells the problematic events or conflicts faced by the participantResolutionTells how the participant finds the solution to his/her problemsRe-orientation/CodaTells the changing situations of the participants and the moral lesson we get from the story
6 A Narrative text is organized like this: Simple Past Tensee.g. : There was a wicked queen in the castle.The seven dwarfs lived in the forest.Past Continuouse.g. : Snow White was sleeping when the dwarfsreturned homePast Perfecte.g. : After Snow White had eaten the apple,she fell asleep.
7 Direct Speeche.g. : Cinderella said, “ My step-mother is awicked woman.Indirect Speeche.g. : The Prince asked Cinderella, “ Would youdance with me, my dear Princess?”Noun Phrasee.g. : a princessa beautiful princessthe beautiful princess in the castle
8 Adverbs of manner, place and time e.g. : The step-mother treated Cinderella cruelly.The seven dwarfs lived in the forest.A long time ago there was a beautifulprincessGambit for telling a storye.g. : Once upon a time, one day, then, the nextmorning, the next day, later, meanwhile,at the same time, finally, at the end of thestory.
9 Action Verbs : stayed, climbed, sang, slept e.g. The man slept soundly under a shadytree.Saying Verbs (said, promised, murmured)e.g. “If only I had a beautiful fiancé likeher.” he murmured.Thinking Verbse.g. ”This must be a serious problem.” hethought.Verbs of Perception (see,smell, feel, hear, watch, notice)e.g. I saw a bird flying high in the sky.They smelt something burning in the kitchen.we heard the bell ringing from a far.
10 Compound Sentencese.g. I wanted to see the manager but thesecretary wouldn’t let me in.Complex Sentencese.g. Even though it was raining, we foundthe party very jocular.Compound Complex Sentencese.g. The house in which we lived fiveyears ago had been demolished becausethey were going to build a mall on it.
12 What are Fables?Fables are short stories which illustrate a particular moral and teach a lesson to children. The theme and characters appeal to children and the stories are often humorous and entertaining. Fables can also be described as tales or yarns which have a message in their narrative such as a parable might have. Fables can often pass into our culture as myths and legends.