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Notes: as you begin publishing your essay, consider our exercises in identifying specific scenes, detailed observations, connections to past and present, contrasts, and main ideas.

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Purpose: The purpose of this assignment is three-fold: I) techniques in remembering will become an invention strategy for expository and argumentative writing later on; 2) synthesis of observation skills will not only enhance your writing in all genres, but will also increase your observation skills as a whole; 3) provides a potential vehicle toward publication. Form and Arrangement: This essay will be essentially narrative with an overlay of reflection, resulting in a discovery. Use either the first person singular or first person plural depending upon your essay. As we discussed in class, personal essays commonly invite a chronological arrangement. However, you are not restricted to a chronological order; some very well-crafted and inspired essays use flashbacks. Also, include at least (2) lines of dialogue in your essay. Notes: As you begin publishing your essay, consider our exercises in identifying specific scenes, detailed observations, connections to past and present, contrasts, and main ideas. In addition, consider how the cultural context around your topic affects your topic. Ultimately, your goal is to write about specific incidents set in time and place/space that maintain a main idea while showing your readers how your experience may have changed you in some way and or what you discovered. Bonus Points: For (3) additional points, furnish your essay with the perfect title that includes ALL the following: 1) Introduces the reader to the topic and general theme of the essay; 2) Uses one or more of the following devices: alliteration, assonance, anaphora, epistrophe or antithesis, 3) Reflects a specific element or impression. Length and Format: (3) pages, titled, typed, double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman font, 1-inch margins. Your name, date, subject, and my name should be typed (single-spaced) in the upper left corner of the first page. Page numbers and your last name should be typed in the upper right corner of each following page.

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