Narrative Writing Techniques Worksheets:
The Monologue – When ever I hear this uttered I think of long awkward pauses.
Setting and Story – Creating sense that people can actually envision is always a tough one.
Live In Real – What figure of speech does Dickens use in order to characterize the fog?
Narrative Technique: Dialogue – A good story doesn't just tell you what happens, it shows you what happens by letting the characters act out of what they are thinking and feeling.
Monologue – What problem or experience do you remember that character having?
Manipulating Narrative Pace – Use the techniques you read about above to make one version quick-paced, and the other version slow-paced.
Stream of Consciousness – Stream of consciousness is a narrative technique in which the thoughts of a character (who may be the narrator) are presented in the same sometimes haphazard manner that thoughts pop into our head.
Creating Setting – In creating descriptions you will want to use plenty of precise adjectives to provide details so that your words paint a picture for the reader.