Using sensory details, students will write a personal narrative ...
You now have learned that narrative writing is a story or events that occur over time. What happens and the order in which the events occur are given to the reader. Think of the plot diagram. Effective narration requires a writer to use sensory details and figurative language (similes, metaphors, idioms, etc.) to leave a lasting impression on the reader.
Your assignment: To reflect upon a day or event that was challenging to you: a day when you conquered a fear, or learned a valuable lesson. Your Personal Narrative must be two pages and typed. Refer to the Personal Narrative Rubric given to you, and Formal Paper Format rules.
Think about: what you saw, heard, smelled, tasted, and touched. Think about the order of events that day. Let your reader live through your eyes and thoughts.