Warm-Up 20-30 minutes: Read 2 of the following examples of narratives written by teenagers and try to recognize their use of certain literary devices.
In your InB, record the narrative title and a list of literary details about each piece, along with a one sentence summary of the narrative.

The narratives may include:
flashback
dialogue
onomatopoeia
consonance
alliteration
realistic details
exaggeration
prediction
hook / exciting introduction
memorable ending
creative title (not, blah, blah title)

#1: The Pretty One:
The Pretty One by -LoveHappens-

#2: Golf Isn't for Everyone, But It's My Cup of Tee:
Golf Isn't for Everyone...

#3: Survivors:
Survivors

#4 Silent Suffering:
Silent Suffering

#5: Secret Admirers
Secret Admirers

#6: The Skirt
Skirt

#7: Lost and Found
Lost

1. Complete your Spring Break Narrative. Include a hook (exciting beginning), dialogue (consult your Inb), descriptive language and varied, vivid verbs. (Then we went, then we went, blah, blah, blah-try again.)
2. Spell check, proofread & create a title.
3. Share it with me via google docs & include the word FINAL in your title, so I know you'd like to be assessed. This is a formal writing grade WC 10 / WM 10. Did you do your best work?