Disadvantages Of Narrative Literature

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During this essay I’ll investigate the possible uses of narrative literature as it applies to middle school language arts and/or content area classrooms.
Narrative literature is any report of connected events, actual or imaginary, presented in a sequence of written or spoken words, or still or moving images. Narrative literature offers several advantages and disadvantages that students should be aware of. During my academic career I have used narrative literature to be productive I feel by combining non-fiction with fiction enhance a student’s creative process which makes up for a fascinating story.
When using narrative literature there are several advantages it offers to set students up to be successful. One advantage narrative literature
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“Narrative texts are written from a first-person perspective, the reader is limited to the interpretation of the narrator. While other texts, written from an omniscient perspective, may provide additional information or multiple story lines that coincide with the main plot, the reader discovers information only as the narrator does” (Richardson, 2015). This hurts a kid creative process only writing in a first person perspective doesn’t develop a student writing technique. Another disadvantage that students suffer from using narrative text is the ability to incorporate fiction and non-fiction into a story. This can be challenging to a reader trying to determine what truth is and what is made up. I feel this strategy could hinder a student’s writing because they can rely on the ability to just make up stories instead of taking the time to research material and facts. The plan I would put in to place for the middle school language arts class would consist of several activities. Organizing the classroom is the first order of business that I would construct, putting student’s desk in a circle with the teacher in the middle is important. Having the ability to see the entire class creates and advantage for the teacher to have the class …show more content…
Prewriting is significant because this is the process that students develop ideals, organize there passage, reflect on memories, and connect the material to make a good essay. Middle school language arts students also have the option to use narrative literature would be to develop a student’s vocabulary. Through narrative text and writing students are expected to increase their vocabulary to help become better writers with a more profound language. For example I remember during my middle school years my teachers would always challenge each student to use the dictionary to find the meaning of a word they didn’t know and add that word into and essay. Narrative literature also helps students in middle school language art class with creative writing. Student have to reflect back on times from their past and can even use fiction when using narrative literature which provides various resources that can help students succeed. Next narrative literature helps students with Comparative Analysis of Literature which all middle school students should master before entering high school. “One of the most valuable study techniques for deepening students’ grasp and appreciation of fine literature and of their own writing is to hone their skills of comparative analysis. Again, dance can serve as an agent for helping students sharpen their perspective in making

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