The Remembering/Narrative Essay Guidelines
The Remembering (or also called the Narrative) mode is about using the writer's richest resource: the memory.
Tell a story...it should be descriptive.
It should be about 1 incident...a specific incident that changed your life. There should be a sequence of events that are obvious to the reader.
The story should show the lesson that you learned and how you became a better or different person as a result of the incident.
SHOW what happened (by using vivid details clear details clear examples, strong descriptions…PAINT A PICTURE FOR READERS.
*Metaphors and Similes
Use dialogue when needed to put readers in the action of the story. Note: Refer to the models in your text for examples. Notice how effectively the authors use dialogue.
WHAT NOT TO DO IN THE NARRATIVE: Common Mistakes
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