Sunday, September 16, 2018

Submit Personal Writing #2
by Friday Sept. 21th

Current Work: Personal Writing
Show me you can write in a colourful, entertaining way.
You can write about something that really happened
to you or someone you know,
or you can make something up.

Assignment Specifics
Do three of these. Try out each of the Format Styles.
For your first story, use Format #1: Story Style exactly
For your second, use Format #2: Essay style exactly.
For your third, use Format #3: Internet Content exactly.

Stories have:
1. Setup
2. The Event
3. Aftermath/Result


Show me you can write using that structure.
This means a minimum of three paragraphs per story.
Paragraphs can be only a couple of
sentences long. In the case of talking, each time the
person talkingchanges, you hit Enter another time.

Show me you can use paragraphs, sentences, capitals
and punctuation.

Past Work
     
Past Work
 
Sept 14
Personal Writing #1
Submit your first original, informal writing piece to Turn It In, using prescribed format #1. The three-part story structure and Personal Writing Guide will help make this story interesting. Try for 1 to 1.5 pages in length. Demonstrate consistent verb tenses, and proper punctuation, capitalization and paragraphing. Informal and personal writing only. Be descriptive, colourful and interesting. (no informational pieces. No journalism)
Sept 21
Personal Writing #2
Submit your second original, informal writing piece to Turn It In, using prescribed format #2. The three-part story structure and Personal Writing Guide will help make this story interesting. Try for 1 to 1.5 pages in length. Demonstrate consistent verb tenses, and proper punctuation, capitalization and paragraphing. Informal and personal writing only. Be descriptive, colourful and interesting. (no informational pieces. No journalism)
Sept 28
Personal Writing #3
Submit your first original, informal writing piece to Turn It In, using prescribed format #3. The three-part story structure and Personal Writing Guide will help make this story interesting. Try for 1 to 1.5 pages in length. Demonstrate consistent verb tenses, and proper punctuation, capitalization and paragraphing. Informal and personal writing only. Be descriptive, colourful and interesting. (no informational pieces. No journalism)