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Autobiographical Narrative Introduction
Transcript of Autobiographical Narrative Introduction
to tell a story abou a meaningful experience in your life Reflection
Final Thought Autobiographical
Narrative Prompts English 9
Describe a challenge you overcame.
Analyze a significant event in your life. Introduction Paragraph Engaging Opening
Hint at the Meaning dos:
tell an anecdote (short story)
use a quotation from someone in your life
state controlling impression
ask a question
retell a story about a significant experience in your life provide relevant information needed to understand the rest of the narrative make a statment that hints at the controlling impression, but do not state it
Why would someone want to read a story after they know the ending? Body Paragraphs One story is broken into four parts told in chronologial order:
events occur within specific times and places
specific actions and movements are described
vivid images are created using concrete sensory details
people's character and appearances are described
author's thoughts and feelings are revealed explain how you presently view the experience clearly summarize the meaning of the entire experience
At first I ____, but afterward I ____. I realized ____. Created by:
Based on Holt Literature & Language Arts: Third Course Conclusion Paragraph give a brief and meaningful conclusion to the paper
you may want to make a reference to your engagning opening