Narration - Principles of Narration Principles of Narration...

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Principles of Narration
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Principles of Narration In this unit, you will learn  Types of narration  Guidelines for the use of   narration as a supporting   developmental pattern in   exposition
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Types of Narration  Folk Tales  Myths  Legends  Allegories  Short Stories  Novels  Anecdote The Personal Essay/Narrative/Autobiography/   Biography Principles of Narration
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The Personal Essay   Told in the reliable or ironic first person  Expressive (emotional attachment)  Narrates a meaningful, profound, or    consequential experience  Includes interpretation and judgment  Developed sequentially, in flashback, flash   forward, or in mixed mode  Informational/Persuasive/Confessional/   Therapeutic/Humorous intent Principles of Narration
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supporting developmental pattern: 1) Use narrative to make a point.     The narrative serves as an 
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