What an amazing story !. Narrative text for eight graders. Name : Hanie Ika Setyowati SRN : 2201409080 Rombel : 105 - 106. Level : Eight Grader Standard Competence :
What an amazing story! Narrative text for eight graders
Name : Hanie Ika Setyowati SRN : 2201409080 Rombel : 105 - 106
Level : Eight Grader Standard Competence : Memahami makna dalam esei pendek berbentuk recount dan narrative untuk berinteraksi dengan lingkungan sekitar. Basic Competence: Merespon makna dan langkah retorika dalam esei pendek sederhana secara akurat, lancar dan berterima dengan lingkungan sekitar dalam teks tulis berbentuk narrative dan recount
Objectives : By the end of the lesson, 80% students able to: • Identify the meaning of the teks (narrative ) • Know and make rhetorical steps in the simple short essays by using the kinds of written language. • Know and make simple short essay ( narrative ) with correct grammar.
Indicators : • Students are able to read and identify the meaning of short functional text, Hansel and Gretel story. • Students are able to identify the generic structure and features of narrative text.
What is narrative ? Narrative is text to amuse or entertain the readers or hearers.
Features • Focus on specific and usually individualized participants • Use of material processes • Use of relational and mental processes • Use of temporal conjunctions and temporal circumstances Use Past Tense
Answer the following questions. • What is the text tell us about ? • Who are the characters in that story ? • Why did the stepmother want to leave Hansel and Gretel in the wood ? • Why was the witch angry at them ? • How did they save themselves from the witch ?
Hansel and Gretel On the border of dark forest, there once lived a woodcutter with his wife and two children, Hansel and Gretel. Their mother had died when they were very young. The woodcutter’s new wife did not care for hansel and Gretel.
As winter came, there was only a loaf of bread, since the wife was afraid of being starve, she asked her husband to leave them in the forest. Hansel heared that plan, then he filled his pocket with white pebbles.
The next morning, the wife woke them up and take them to the forest. While walking, Hansel dropped the pebbles. The wife asked them to stay away. Then She left them alone. In the evening, when the moon was shining, they could find their way home.
The next morning, the wife did the same things. But there was no pebbles, so while walking, Hansel dropped out the bread that was given to him. But the birds have eaten the bread. Hansel and Gretel lost and they could not find their way home.
In the morning, Hansel and Gretel found a house made from cake. The cakes looked so delicious. When they started to eat, the witch came. They were frightening
The witch could not see well. When she started to eat Hansel, he found a bone and said that it was the arm.
The witch decided to eat Gretel first. Gretel in the kitchen, pretended that she could not open the great stone oven. Suddenly, Gretel pushed the witch to the oven and baked her.
They took many jewels of witch and escaped from the witch’s house. Finally, they found their home. They lived happily ever after with their father. www.google.com
ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTION • What is the text tell us about ? • Who are the characters in that story ? • Why did the stepmother want to leave Hansel and Gretel in the wood ? • Why was the witch angry at them ? • How did they save themselves from the witch ?
What does it mean? Border =batas Woodcutter =penebangkayu Starve = kelaparan Pebbles = kerikil Witch = penyihir Pretend= berpura - pura Bake = memanggang Jewel=perhiasan Bread = roti
Generic Structure Orientation It is about the opening paragraph where the characters of the story are introduced.
Complication Where the problems in the story developed Resolution Where the problems in the story is solved
Orientation Once upon a time, in the border of forest, lived a poor woodcutter and his children, Hansel and Gretel, also his new wife.
complication As winter came and the wife was afraid of being starve, she decided to leave Hansel and Gretel in the wood. In the wood, hansel and Gretel found a house made from cakes, cookies and candies. However, the owner of that house was a witch. The witch really want ed to eat both of them.
resolution Fortunately, they got briliant idea. They pushed the witch to the oven. Finally, Hansel and Gretel could find teir way home and met their daddy.
Fun Activity Decide which is the orientation, complication, and resolution:
What happened ? S + V2
Grammar Simple Past Tense Positive Sentence S + V2
Verb and be Can you mention another examples of V2 ?
Negative Sentence S + Did Not + V1
I did not like playing soccer. I didn’t study French.
FUN ACTIVITY • Hansel and Gretel ..... afraid of being alone. Hansel and Gretel were afraid of being alone. • Who ... the house from cakes ? Who had the house from cake?
What..... their mother plan to ? What did their mother plan to ?
Home fun Find your own story and define the orientation, complication and resolution