Prose: Sub-genres of Nonfiction
Atjaunināts: 12/12/2016
Prose: Sub-genres of Nonfiction
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Šķiet, ka literatūrā ir neierobežots žanru skaits, bet patiesībā ir daudz apakšžanru. Šie subžanri izriet no trim primārajām literatūras formām: dzeja, drāma un proza. Skolēni parasti sastopas ar šādām literatūras formām lielākai daļai, ko viņi lasa un raksta skolā, tāpēc ir svarīgi, lai studenti varētu tos atpazīt un zināt to galvenās iezīmes.


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Montāžas Apraksts

Genres of Literature - Prose: Sub-genres of Nonfiction

Montāžas Teksta

  • NARRATIVE NONFICTION
  • THE HISTORY OF
  • In the year 200,000 BCE, Homosapiens began to populate the earth, Then, in 70,000 BCE, the first abstract art was painted. In 8,000 BCE, Wooly Mammoths went extinct. Writing was officially introduced by the Sumerians with the invention of cuneiform in 3100 BCE. In March 2012, Stroyboard That was founded!
  • AUTOBIOGRAPHY
  • BIOGRAPHY
  • • Prose written about a series of true events, usually connected • Can include journey narratives, histories, reports, articles, newspaper articles, etc.
  • • A narrative about one's life, written by that person • Differs from a memoir in that it usually covers the entire scope of the author's life, rather than focusing on a single period of his or her life
  • • A written account of a person's life • Incorporates character, personality, and accomplishments
  • DIARIES AND JOURNALS
  • September 3, 1492 We've been sailing for a month, but we haven't seen land yet...
  • PROSE: SUB-GENRES OF NONFICTION
  • ESSAY
  • Best Practices for Eco-Safe Gardening By Sally Smith
  • •A personal, and often daily, record of events, experiences, and reflections • Diaries focus more on emotions and personal accounts • Journals tend to be logs of events and often describe the experiences of a group of people
  • • A narrative about a theme, topic, or important information • Can be formal or informal • Can incorporate opinion