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  1. Ms. Vassos’ How To Organize Your Narratives Grade 3 Click on the push pins to advance!

  2. Sequence • Sequence is the order that events happen. • Putting all your events in order from start to finish is important in your narratives. • Your narrative should include the journey to your destination and not just a start and end point! Click on the push pins to advance!

  3. Sequence Here are four pictures that shows the steps to making cookies. Please click on the picture that comes first when making cookies.

  4. CORRECT!Gathering the ingredients is the first step to make cookies. Continue putting the rest of the pictures in order. Click on the push pins to advance!

  5. Incorrect, this picture is not the first step in making cookies. Go back and try again. Remember order is key in narratives. Click on the push pins to go back and try again

  6. Sequence Please click on the picture that comes second when making cookies.

  7. CORRECT!Mixing the ingredients is the second step to make cookies. Continue putting the rest of the pictures in order. Click on the push pins to advance!

  8. Incorrect, this picture is not the second step in making cookies. Go back and try again. Remember order is key in narratives. Click on the push pins to go back and try again

  9. Sequence Please click on the picture that comes third when making cookies.

  10. CORRECT!Putting the cookie dough on the cookie sheet is the third step to make cookies. Continue putting the rest of the pictures in order. Click on the push pins to advance!

  11. Incorrect, this picture is not the third step in making cookies. Go back and try again. Remember order is key in narratives. Click on the push pins to go back and try again

  12. Sequence Please click on the picture that comes last when making cookies.

  13. CORRECT!Baking the cookies in the oven is the last step to make cookies. You successfully put the four steps in order! Remember organize and include your detail in your narratives! Click on the push pins to advance!

  14. Incorrect, this picture is not the last step in making cookies. Go back and try again. Remember order is key in narratives. Click on the push pins to go back and try again

  15. Temporal Words • Temporal or some transition words shows the passage of time. • Temporal words and phrases shows arrangement of events in time. • Using temporal words are important because it shows sequence of events. Click on the push pins to advance!

  16. Examples of Temporal Words Please click on this link below. Then read the list of transition words given and write down the temporal words, which shows the passage of time. http://grammar.yourdictionary.com/style-and-usage/list-transition-words.html These are words that will help keep your narratives organized! Click on the push pins to advance!

  17. Question? Which answer is a temporal word or phrase that would be useful in your narratives? Click on the correct answer below. A. Before I went to school. B. Its okay to be sad. C. I go to bed at 8PM. D.I ate breakfast fast.

  18. CORRECT! The temporal word used in that phrase was before, because it gives you a specific time of when the action took place. Some other examples of temporal words include: finally, in the evening, and later. Click on the push pins to advance!

  19. Incorrect, this phrase of words has no temporal words in the sentence. Remember a temporal word tells when a event through time happens. Please, try again. Click on the push pins to go back and try again

  20. Organization • Organization is important in narratives, especially in your paragraphs so the order makes sense to the readers. • You should change paragraphs when… • A new character is introduced • A new event is happening • A new idea is introduced • The setting changes • A new person is speaking Click on the push pins to advance!

  21. Question? Which answer is necessary to include in your narratives so they are organized successfully? Click on the correct answer below. A. Stories must be very long B. A Setting is not needed C. Paragraphs follow a sequence order D. Details are not important to include

  22. CORRECT! Narratives must include paragraphs that follow a sequential order! Please remember this when you are writing your narratives. Click on the push pins to advance!

  23. Incorrect, please go back and see what your narratives must include. Click on the push pins to go back and try again

  24. THE END! Congratulations, you finished the slideshow! Please remember these key concepts: sequence, temporal words, and organization as you write your narratives. Click on the push pins to advance!

  25. Citations • Pictures from Clip Art (Throughout the slides) • http://writingcenterunderground.wordpress.com/2013/12/19/organizing-the-narrative-essay/ (Throughout the slides) • http://www.time4writing.com/writing-resources/writing-standards/third-grade/ (Throughout the slides) • http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sequence (Slide 2) • http://www.smart-words.org/linking-words/transition-words.html (Slide 15) • http://www.saidsimple.com/content/When-to-Make-a-New-Paragraph (Slide 20)