Choose a scenario “telling” readers about a situation. You may create your own s
Choose a scenario "telling" readers about a situation. You may create your own scenario or use one from the list below. <
Your piece can be creative nonfiction where you are describing something that you or someone you know experienced, or it can be complete fiction. <
Write a narrative (min of 400 words) where you as the writer use show-don't-tell principles to convey your story. <
Compose your piece using either first or third person point-of-view. <
After your narrative, write a brief paragraph (more than three sentences) reflecting on your experience with this type of writing. Describe two things that surprised you about show-don't-tell writing. <
Sign your name and title your piece in the subject line. <
Scenarios <
A family member or friend is overjoyed with the lifting of the mask mandates <
A student is exhausted from juggling school work, work expectations, and/or family demands. <
A student took a walk and enjoyed being in nature <
Any scenario of your choice. <
Example scenarios from former students: <
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Why are you sad? <
Unknown Feelings (Mental Health Awareness) <
Pregnant Mom Emigrating from War Zone <
Plastic Overload in Kenya <
My Senior Year in High School <
Drained <
COVID Panic <
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400 words atleast <

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