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Writing a Narrative Composition By A. Reyes

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The Narrative is the most easiest form of writing. It is the type of writing used by the story teller who begins the story, “Once upon a time….” The Narrative form of writing tells what happened. For example, you want to tell how you won the soccer game by scoring the winning goal. Not all Narratives begin with a topic sentence, but it is best to begin practicing with Narratives that start with a topic sentence. In a Narrative you write about what happened to you (first person) or someone else (third person) in the order it happened. (sequence)

The First Person Narrative: 

The First Person Narrative In the First Person Narrative, you are telling the story about yourself using the pronouns I, me and my.

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Once when I was ten years old, I saw a UFO in the sky. One night after baseball practice, I was walking home. It was getting dark. It was still several blocks to my house. As I was walking along Hamilton street I noticed that the dogs were all howling and whining. Then I saw a blue glow coming from in between some tall trees. Next, I moved forward to see what it was. Suddenly there was a whoosh of air and a buzzing sound. After this happened I fell back to the ground from surprise. This is when I saw the silver disc float above the treetops. This disc or saucer floated there for about a two minutes. Then it shot out some colored beams in all directions. I was so scared, I was ready to run. Then I got up and decided to make a run for it, but then another buzz came from the UFO and it zipped away into the sky and disappeared. I’ll never forget that night. Once when I was ten years old, I saw a UFO in the sky. One night after baseball practice, I was walking home. It was getting dark. It was still several blocks to my house. As I was walking along Hamilton street I noticed that the dogs were all howling and whining. Then I saw a blue glow coming from in between some tall trees. Next, I moved forward to see what it was. Suddenly there was a whoosh of air and a buzzing sound. After this happened I fell back to the ground from surprise. This is when I saw the silver disc float above the treetops. This disc or saucer floated there for about a two minutes. Then it shot out some colored beams in all directions. I was so scared, I was ready to run. Then I got up and decided to make a run for it, but then another buzz came from the UFO and it zipped away into the sky and disappeared. I’ll never forget that night. Once when I was ten years old, I saw a UFO in the sky. One night after baseball practice, I was walking home. It was getting dark. It was still several blocks to my house. As I was walking along Hamilton street I noticed that the dogs were all howling and whining. Then I saw a blue glow coming from in between some tall trees. Next, I moved forward to see what it was. Suddenly there was a whoosh of air and a buzzing sound. After this happened I fell back to the ground from surprise. This is when I saw the silver disc float above the treetops. This disc or saucer floated there for about a two minutes. Then it shot out some colored beams in all directions. I was so scared, I was ready to run. Then I got up and decided to make a run for it, but then another buzz came from the UFO and it zipped away into the sky and disappeared. I’ll never forget that night. Begin with a Topic Sentence Use transition words like (Once, After, Then) to show a sequence of events. Make sure you have a beginning, middle and end. (conclusion) Once when I was ten years old, I saw a UFO in the sky. One night after baseball practice, I was walking home. It was getting dark. It was still several blocks to my house. As I was walking along Hamilton street I noticed that the dogs were all howling and whining. Then I saw a blue glow coming from in between some tall trees. Next, I moved forward to see what it was. Suddenly there was a whoosh of air and a buzzing sound. After this happened I fell back to the ground from surprise. This is when I saw the silver disc float above the treetops. This disc or saucer floated there for about a two minutes. Then it shot out some colored beams in all directions. I was so scared, I was ready to run. Then I got up and decided to make a run for it, but then another buzz came from the UFO and it zipped away into the sky and disappeared. I’ll never forget that night.

Third Person Narrative: 

Third Person Narrative In the Third Person Narrative, you are telling the story about someone else using the pronouns he, she, they and them.

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One day two brothers, Jack and Steve, won the lottery. Jack and Steve usually buy lottery tickets every Saturday. They usually buy five dollars worth. Steve puts in $2.50 and Jack puts in $2.50. They have been doing this every week for two years, but have never won a single dollar. On one particular Saturday in May, they went to the Seven Eleven and bought their five dollars worth of lottery tickets. That evening as they watched television to see if their numbers came up, they listened carefully as usual to the announcer say all the numbers. First they had one correct number, then two, then three, then four. They were getting excited. At last the announcer said the last two numbers and they were a match. Jack and Steve jumped up and shouted. They were so excited. The next day they got in their car and drove fifty miles to the nearest lottery office to turn in their ticket and collect their winnings. They won five million dollars. Since that day they have used that money to pay some of their bills and help people in need. One day two brothers, Jack and Steve, won the lottery. Jack and Steve usually buy lottery tickets every Saturday. They usually buy five dollars worth. Steve puts in $2.50 and Jack puts in $2.50. They have been doing this every week for two years, but have never won a single dollar. On one particular Saturday in May, they went to the Seven Eleven and bought their five dollars worth of lottery tickets. That evening as they watched television to see if their numbers came up, they listened carefully as usual to the announcer say all the numbers. First they had one correct number, then two, then three, then four. They were getting excited. At last the announcer said the last two numbers and they were a match. Jack and Steve jumped up and shouted. They were so excited. The next day they got in their car and drove fifty miles to the nearest lottery office to turn in their ticket and collect their winnings. They won five million dollars. Since that day they have used that money to pay some of their bills and help people in need. Don’t forget a topic sentence. Tell your story in the order it happened. Use transition words like next, one day, then and at last. Finish with a conclusion or concluding sentence. One day two brothers, Jack and Steve, won the lottery. Jack and Steve usually buy lottery tickets every Saturday. They usually buy five dollars worth. Steve puts in $2.50 and Jack puts in $2.50. They have been doing this every week for two years, but have never won a single dollar. On one particular Saturday in May, they went to the Seven Eleven and bought their five dollars worth of lottery tickets. That evening as they watched television to see if their numbers came up, they listened carefully as usual to the announcer say all the numbers. First they had one correct number, then two, then three, then four. They were getting excited. At last the announcer said the last two numbers and they were a match. Jack and Steve jumped up and shouted. They were so excited. The next day they got in their car and drove fifty miles to the nearest lottery office to turn in their ticket and collect their winnings. They won five million dollars. Since that day they have used that money to pay some of their bills and help people in need. One day two brothers, Jack and Steve, won the lottery. Jack and Steve usually buy lottery tickets every Saturday. They usually buy five dollars worth. Steve puts in $2.50 and Jack puts in $2.50. They have been doing this every week for two years, but have never won a single dollar. On one particular Saturday in May, they went to the Seven Eleven and bought their five dollars worth of lottery tickets. That evening as they watched television to see if their numbers came up, they listened carefully as usual to the announcer say all the numbers. First they had one correct number, then two, then three, then four. They were getting excited. At last the announcer said the last two numbers and they were a match. Jack and Steve jumped up and shouted. They were so excited. The next day they got in their car and drove fifty miles to the nearest lottery office to turn in their ticket and collect their winnings. They won five million dollars. Since that day they have used that money to pay some of their bills and help people in need.

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