Narrative writing tells a story. If the story is from your imagination it's fiction, and if the story is true it's nonfiction.
To produce good narrative writing remember to:
100 Points Possible / Pages 824-825
1- Clearly organize the events. Choose the events and explain them in an order that is easy to understand. (20 Points Possible)
2- Define the conflict. The conflict is the problem the main character faces. (20 Points Possible)
3- Depict characters vividly. Use vivid details to show your readers what your characters look like, what they say, and what they think. (20 Points Possible)
4- Choose to focus on one of the following: events, character, or conflict. Then follow one of the organizational options on page 825. (40 Points Possible)