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AENG100Z Description Essay In a 3-5 page essay, use either subjective or objective description, or both, within a narrative essay to share or re-create an experience that you’ve had with this object, place, or person. You may use the following suggestions to write your descriptive essay: When writing about a person , you may write about: 1) A living or historical person you admire. 2) A person who has made a difference in your life. 3) Someone extraordinary or ordinary who has captured your attention. 4) A best friend, roommate, or significant other. 5) A great, or horrible, teacher or coach. When writing about a place , you may write about: 1) A favorite place from your past. 2) A summer, fall, or winter memory. 3) A campus or community location.
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Unformatted text preview: 4) A destination to which you have traveled. 5) A place that has evoked a powerful emotion, such as happiness or terror. When writing about an object , you may write about: 1) Your favorite possession. 2) A sentimental possession. 3) Something of high or special cultural significance or value. 4) Something ordinary seen in a new and different way. 5) Something scary or pleasing to you, described in an objective (or scientific) way. You will be graded on: 1) The quality of your descriptions, either subjective or objective. 2) The ability to share your sensory experiences through the essay as a whole. 3) Grammar and Punctuation. DUE DATE: Wednesday, September 29, 2010...
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