- Midterms: Answers, scores, thoughts
- Practice: see midterm page, EGO (English Grammar Online)
- Upcoming Assignments: Narrative Essay, Author's Choice
- Auto-translate Experiment
- Structure of a Personal Narrative Essay Video Explanation
- How to Write a Narrative Essay (from WriteWell)
- Graphic Organizer#1
- Narrative Essay Prompts
- Third Person Possibilities
- An experience of a famous historical figure
- A friend or family member's significant experience
- A creative short story
- All or part of the story from a folk tale, movie, or book
- Writing Prompts:
Visual Writing Prompts - TeachStarter Visual Prompts
Text Prompts: Hobbylark JournalBuddies
- Things to remember as you plan your narrative essay
- You are not just telling a story - what's the 'lesson learned' and/or moral of the story?
- What's the hook? How can you start in an interesting way?
- What are the chronological details you will include in the story?|
- Showing, not Telling
- Before May 3 class: Google Translate Experiment. Post a narrative paragraph and auto-translations to your Auto-Translate Experiment Doc: EGL203-04 EGL 203-06
Review Narrative Essay Materials (Packet pages 20-21, links above)
- May 3 class: Prepare at least one Third Person Narrative Essay Topic.
We will outline it in class.
- May 7: No class :(
- May 10: Bring a printout of the outline and first draft of your Narrative Essay.
The essay should be 400~1,000,000 words.
- May 12: Finish making edits to the first draft of your narrative essay.