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ENGL-110 Week 3 Week Three Assignment: Narrative Writing—Creating a Story This week you will be creating a narrative story. You will begin by selecting a setting for your story to take place in. Next, you will develop a short biography for your character. Lastly, you will compose a short, 300-word, narrative essay that tells the story of how your character learned a universal lesson. Preparing to complete the worksheet. First, read the sample week three worksheet. It is located in the attachments section for this assignment. Watch this video before completing the worksheet. Answer the following questions by placing an X next to your answers. o Did you review the sample worksheet? [x ] YES [ ] NO Bryan University | ENGL-110 | Page 1 of 8
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o Did you watch the assignment video? [x ] YES [ ] NO Select a setting from one of the five below choices. ____4___________ 1. Monument Valley, USA 2. Wisteria Flower Tunnel, Japan Bryan University | ENGL-110 | Page 2 of 8
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3. Black Forest, Germany 4. Solar du Uyuni, Bolivia Bryan University | ENGL-110 | Page 3 of 8
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5. New York City, USA 6. New York City, USA Bryan University | ENGL-110 | Page 4 of 8
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Describe your main character: Name: Gender: Age: Race: Michelle Phillips Religion: female Marital Status: 34 Country of Origin: american Occupation: In at least 100 words summarize your character’s personal appearance: Young young light skin tone. American, Italian, polish, Irish, and Indian mix. She has mediumedium length hair. Her hair is light auburn. The color of her eyes are light brown brown. Shes dressed in light jeans and a white tee shirt.
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