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Writing Narrative
Science fiction is a type of narrative.

Writing Narrative

Get ready for a cool adventure with this KS2 English quiz all about writing stories - we call them 'narratives'! Whether it's a mystery, a fable, or an action-packed tale, narratives are super fun to write. You've probably crafted your own stories at school!

Authors, just like you, have their favourite types of stories. Do you have a favourite author who writes the kind of stories you love? Let's explore the world of narratives together! Jump into this quiz and show off your fantastic story-writing skills!

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1.
Which of the following can be used in the opening paragraph of a story?
A description.
Dialogue (speech).
Action.
All of the above.
The goal is to write a story opening which makes your reader want to carry on reading.
2.
When writing a story, how should you tell the reader that a character is bossy?
Use 'bossy' as an adjective for the character.
Use a stage direction.
Add an aside to the reader ('The others think Alex is bossy').
Include a scene or two where the character is behaving in a bossy manner.
It's more effective in stories 'to show, not tell'. Your reader is more likely to believe a character is bossy after seeing that character behave bossily.
3.
'Watch out!' Harry shouted. 'Watch out for what?' Rachael cried. What is wrong with this dialogue?
Rachael's dialogue shouldn't have a question mark.
Rachael's dialogue should begin on a new line.
Rachael's dialogue should come first.
Harry's dialogue shouldn't have an exclamation mark.
When writing dialogue, always remember: 'New speaker - New line'.
4.
A story should NOT be written in which of the following?
First person.
Second person.
Third person.
First or third person.
Do you know why not?
5.
The people in a story are called ____.
actors
inhabitants
characters
friends
Actors play the part of characters.
6.
What is the name for the events that happen in a story?
Plot.
Plan.
Writing frame.
Dilemma.
A good story will usually have a good plot.
7.
What is a 'setting'?
The events that happen in a story.
The point of view from which a story is told.
The main character.
The time and place of the story.
When setting a story, it's good to consider it in detail. What's the weather like? What time of year is it? What time of day? What does it feel like to be in the place where the story is set?
8.
If you make the reader feel excited or unsure, you have successfully ____.
built suspense
created a character
written the dialogue
summarised the story
Suspense is important in thrillers.
9.
Before the ending of a story, you should ____.
write lots of dialogue without any explanations
introduce a completely new character, as a surprise
show how the events or problems were resolved
summarise the entire story again for readers who weren't paying attention
This is known as a 'resolution'.
10.
What is a dilemma?
The speech between two characters.
A tricky situation or problem.
A list of events that take place in a story.
An unexpected and frightening event.
A speech between two characters is a dialogue.
You can find more about this topic by visiting BBC Bitesize - Fiction

Author:  Sheri Smith

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