Writing Narratives Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: W.2.3

Narrative writing often is rooted in the author's own thought process and viewpoint. Writers often share their own emotional cabinet with their readers through this form. The main goal is to tell an emotional thought-provoking story. It all about pointing out events and making a solid connection between them. When preparing to write in this form it is often helpful to brainstorm the main portions of the work: the plot, the theme, the characters, climax, and conclusion. These types of stories normally follow the path of containing a beginning, middle, and end. The worksheets in this area will help students learn to harness their narrative voice.









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