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ENGL 100 N ARRATIVE P ARAGRAPH – P REWRITING T EMPLATE NOTICE: There are 4 steps for this assignment: Planning (1), Rough Draft (2), Revised Draft (3), and Edited Draft (4). In order to complete the writing assignment correctly and to receive the maximum amount of points for your work, you must complete all 4 steps. Points will be deducted for any missing step. Review the assignment instructions and the grading rubric carefully to ensure that you have completed all of the required elements before submitting your prewriting assignment. H ONOR S TATEMENT Read and sign this honor statement prior to submitting your assignment: By typing my name in the space provided, I certify that all words and ideas in my writing assignment are mine alone, and, if I used another person’s words or ideas (by summarizing, paraphrasing, or directly quoting), I gave credit to that author, and I also put quotation marks around any direct quotations. By signing my name, I also understand that, if I have copied someone else’s ideas or words, I have plagiarized, and I understand that the penalty for plagiarism is course failure. Student Name: __________________Shyla Mix_______________________ Page 1 of 5
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ENGL 100 Step 1: Narrative Paragraph Planning Directions: Fill in the fields below in response to the writing prompt. Be sure to complete each component of the planning to ensure that your content is correct. Writing Prompt: All of us have those “Kodak moments” when we wish time could stand still. Picture a memorable event in your life for which you will write your narrative paragraph. Be sure your point comes across in the topic sentence. Topic: My hero, My Granpa Attitude/Point: Saddest yet proudest day ever.
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  • Fall '14
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  • English-language films, Narrative Paragraph, Granpa, crisp Spring air

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