Hi this is for a high school diploma online course.
Now that you’ve learned about the requirements of a personal narrative essay, it’s time for you to write your own. Remember that a personal narrative should focus on the feelings, memories, and experiences of the author—you—and should tell a story about the author’s life.
I have an idea for the paper but I’m not the best with wording it together in the way they want me to. I grew up near Cleveland Ohio and I was thinking it could be about the time my buddy and I super last minute decided to go to a festival that was 2 hours away in Athens Ohio after hiking in a national park. We drove down and got there without even buying tickets we tail gated in the parking section for probably an hour or so until we finessed tickets from these girls that were outside because there friend was too drunk to handle the festival lol. We later inside the festival met some cool people and debated camping with them but decided to sleep in my car instead. When we went back to the car and was on the verge of falling asleep there was a group of at least 4 girls wondering around the parking lot so we asked them what they were doing. The story was they lost the keys to their car inside the festival and when they left they had realized the lost them and when you leave for liability reasons they don’t let you back in. They also happened to live in the Cleveland area ironically. So we ended up hanging out with them all night around Athens, we got food and wondered around the down town sort of area near the college for a bit and then I ended up letting one of these totally random girls drive my car back to my house two hours away in the middle of the night. The next morning we all got breakfast and I drove them all back home and we became friends through this random experience that all happened last minute.
Please be sure to include your name, student number, and exam number on the very first page of your essay. You may include this information in a header if you wish to do so.
Using Microsoft Word, type your paper; it must be submitted in .doc, .docx, or .rtf format for grading purposes.
Use double-spacing, standard one-inch margins, and a font no larger than the equivalent of Times New Roman 12.
Your final draft should contain between 750 and 2,500 words.
Please save your document using your student number, the appropriate exam number, and your last name, all connected by underscore symbols.
These are the things I will be graded on. I hope I’m not being difficult I figured this would all help to make this easier.
Introduction (10 points): Establishes a specific topic and approach, as well as setting an appropriate tone/mood for the personal narrative. Engages the reader and creates interest.
Coherence and Unity (25 points): Ideas flow clearly and logically as the personal narrative develops. Each paragraph contains one main idea (with adequate detail to develop that idea clearly and logically) and a connection to the ideas that precede and follow it. Clear transitions are present between sentences as well as between paragraphs. Student remains focused on the topic.
Support for Ideas (20 points): Adequate detail and accurate support are provided for each idea introduced. Specific, accurate, and relevant examples are used to show meaning. The author doesn’t simply make blanket claims without support.
Sentence Structure (10 points): Sentences are varied in both structure and length. Sentences are complete, expressive, clear, and to the point. No run-on sentences or sentence fragments are included.
Spelling and Word Choice (10 points): Personal narrative is free of spelling errors. Appropriate language has been chosen for each situation, fitting the mood/tone set in the introduction. Clarity isn’t inhibited by word choice complements.
Punctuation (10 points): Personal narrative is free of errors such as comma splices, misplaced commas, and inappropriate end punctuation. All punctuation is used correctly and does not interfere with comprehension.
Conclusion (5 points): Conclusion provides adequate closure and reinforces the meaning/significance established in the introduction. Effectively wraps up the composition.
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