least 2 compound B u s i n e s s F i n a n c e

least 2 compound B u s i n e s s F i n a n c e

TOPIC 3: Write about how someone you know got in trouble. What happened? 

TOPIC 4: Write about an important lesson that you learned from a real experience.

TOPIC 5: Write about the most memorable movie you have seen. Briefly explain the plot (story) of the film.Write an Outline for a Narrative Paragraph

For this paragraph, choose a special event in your life to write about, such as your graduation day or the first time you did something.  Additional suggestions for topics are listed on page 171.

Write a simple outline to organize your ideas.  Refer to page159.  Remember, an outline is NOT the same as a paragraph.  It is just a list of the ideas you want to include.  

  1. Topic Sentence 
  2. Beginning/Background:  What information is needed to help the reader understand where the story takes place, who was there, when it happened, etc.?)

Middle of the story/Action:   What action or event will you be describing?

  1. End of the story:  What happened after the action/event ended? How did you feel? 
  2. Concluding Sentence:  What did you learn from this event, or why it was significant to you.
  3. 3.  Submit the outline in this assignment.   Wait to get feedback and comments from the instructor before writing the paragraph.
  4. Before you begin writing your paragraph, complete your outline in the Narrative Paragraph Outline Assignment.
  5. Writing a Narrative Paragraph

After you submit your Narrative Outline,  Read the comments and corrections from the instructor.

Then, write a paragraph with 6-8 sentences.  Follow the ideas listed in your outline.

Topic Sentence 

Beginning/Background:  What information is needed to help the reader understand where the story takes place, who was there, when it happened, etc.?)

Middle of the story/Action:   What action or event will you be describing?

End of the story:  What happened after the action/even ended? How did you feel? 

  1. Concluding Sentence:  What did you learn from this event, or why it was significant to you.
  2. Include a variety of sentences, include at least 2 compound and 2 complex sentences.  Fix any fragments or run-on sentences.