Write a two- to three-page (500 to 900 words) autobiographical narrative that focuses on an experience you’ve had with reading, writing, or language.
Develop your story through the use of contraries, creating tension that moves the story forward and gives it significance. You can discuss the significance of your story explicitly, perhaps as a revelation, or you can imply it. Use specific details and develop contraries that create tension.
Draft Due: September 12
Bring THREE copies of your essay to class for Peer Reviews.
Revision Due: September 26
Bring your Revised Draft, your Initial Draft with my comments on it, and all the Peer Reviews you received to class in a folder with your name on the front cover.