10th Grade Narrative Essay: Homeschool Assignment

Instructor: Megan Sarkisian
Students use mapping or listing techniques to brainstorm three possible topics for a narrative essay, paying particular attention to descriptive details and sensory language. They then write an introductory paragraph for each of the topics, and select one topic as the subject of a full 500-600 word essay.

Assignment Instructions for Students

Choose 3 possible topics for a narrative essay. Then, for each of the 3 topics, brainstorm through mapping or listing what you would include in your essay, including descriptive details and sensory language you will include. Write one introductory paragraph for each topic, then choose one to complete in full. The full essay should be 500-600 words long.

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