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Introducing the Personal Narrative (Writing Workshop I)
Transcript of Introducing the Personal Narrative (Writing Workshop I)
•Choose an event
•Describe that event
•Explain how that event made you into the person you are today.
•How will this event influence future choices that you make after you graduate high school? What To Include It is ideal to begin with a paragraph that will introduce the experience and will communicate its significance. This technique promises that your audience will know how important the experience is to you, as the author, as they go through the entire piece.
Another effective technique is to begin your narrative right away and explaining its significance at the very end. This approach allows the reader to develop their own perspective and give a suitable importance to the experience on their own. Repeat the significance of the event
Include sensory descriptions
Details Bring it back to the present. How did this event make you who you are today? A Childhood Memory Achieving a Goal A Failure An event that caused a prominent change to happen in your life A Realization A Story Relating To Your Best Friend My Biggest Mistake Most Embarrasing Moment Happiest Moment