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Use a moment of fear, anxiety, embarrassment, awe, joy, sorrow, or other strong emotion to write a narrative essay.

Write a narrative/descriptive essay

 

 

Directions: use a moment of fear, anxiety, embarrassment, awe, joy, sorrow, or other strong emotion. Think about what happened, how you got into the situation and out of it. Focus on yourself, primarily, not others. Generally, the more emotionally charged and dramatic an experience is at the time, the better the story it makes afterward.You can more easily tell about a car accident than about a birthday party unless something is unusual about the party.Use an episode that took place in a few minutes or seconds, not days or weeks.


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