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Analyze what you read in comparison to what you’ve learned about how to write a narrative in the notes you took in class. If you missed class, use your textbook (if you have one) or online resources to learn about the narrative pattern of writing.
After studying and discussing several examples of narrative essays, you should have new ideas about your own attempts to write a narrative.
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- Write about 2 or 3 areas that you liked about the sample narrative you studied and why. [Identify each area plus 3-5 sentences about the “why”]
- What narrative elements did you learn most about through your study and our discussion? [3-5 sentences]
- What narrative elements are weakest and strongest in the narrative essay you analyzed? [3-5 sentences for weakest and 3-5 sentences for strongest]