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Narration. An Instructional Strategy. Definition:. Narration: the symbolic presentation or a sequence of events connected by subject matter and related by time. Features:. Gives meaning to our experiences and helps make sense of what is important

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narration

Narration

An Instructional Strategy

definition
Definition:

Narration:

the symbolic presentation or a sequence of events connected by subject matter and related by time

features
Features:
  • Gives meaning to our experiences and helps make sense of what is important
  • Gives structure to experience – order and coherence (not necessarily chronologically)
  • Promotes personal and social growth
  • Creates memories and is a way of retelling history within a culture
  • Narratives parallel the way people think
  • It is a ay of inquiring into human experience
advantages
Advantages:
  • Students are revealing their thoughts, experiences and impressions
  • It allows students to speak for him/herself
  • Allows students to work cooperatively
  • Personal thoughts and experiences can be expressed
  • Participation is visual, not just oral
  • It is an opportunity to use traditional stories
  • Develops creativity
disadvantages
Disadvantages:
  • Oral narratives may limit participation in shy students
  • Distraction may cause students to get off topic
  • EAL students may become discouraged if they are unable to speak or write the narrative
implementation
Implementation:
  • Create a positive environment
  • Give everyone equal opportunity
  • Treat each others narratives with respect
  • Respect students wishes regarding the audience for their narratives
  • Treat personal information as confidential
assessment
Assessment:
  • Asses directly on the purpose of the narrative
  • Avoid criticizing the content or meaning of the narrative
  • Never comment using simple words or generic phrases
  • Never let the technical aspects take away from the purpose of the narrative
examples
Examples:

Corresponding activities

Types of narrative

  • Letter
  • Journals
  • Formal stories
  • Family stories
  • Talking circles
  • Auto biographical accounts
  • Reading a book
  • Beginning, middle, end worksheet
  • Mind map
  • Return letter
  • Matching order in a sequence
  • Prompt questions
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