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Suppose you had invented a time machine. Write a story about what you did with it. Write to tell of a day when you were the teacher. What did you do? Write a story about trading places with your favorite TV, movie, or rock star.
One day a spaceship lands on the playground of your school. Your shoe must have a story to tell. Your class grew plants as a science project. One day you looked at your plant and saw something really strange had grown there.
Write a story about what it would be like if you woke up one morning with wings. On your birthday, a strange-looking lady came to you door and handed you a wrapped present.
It made a noise. Write a story about this present.
Your teacher one day announced that your class was going on a wonderful field trip. Write a story about this field trip. In your story, you can have your class go anywhere you wish.
Write a story about this. Write a story about yourself as a hero. What did you do to become a hero? Write a story about it. Tell a story about children who live in a world where there is no such thing as television, computers, or electronic games. A distant relative bequeathed you a strange ring.
As you put this ring on, you discover that it has strange powers. What does it look like?
What does it do? Tell a story about this ring. Tell a story about your ideal place to live.
Famous quotations from Shakespeare's plays, from your trusted Shakespeare source. How to Answer a Writing Prompt. In this Article: Answering Expository (Informative) Prompts Answering Narrative Prompts Answering Persuasive Prompts Community Q&A Students of all kinds, from elementary school to those applying for post-graduate educations, are tested on their writing ability through writing prompts. Today you are going to write a narrative or story. The idea for your story is “The Box”. What is inside the box? How did it get there? Is it valuable?
What would it be like to live here? The teacher comes into the room and places a bag on her desk then leaves. The bag moves and wriggles. Write a story about what is in the paper bag. Everyone has a day in his or her life that was extra special or dreams about what he or she would do on a special day.
Write a story about a special day you have had or imagine you might have. Every day you pass a door. One day, as you pass, you notice that the door is open. Write a story about what was on the other side of that door.
Tell a story about what happened when you traveled on a wagon pulled by horses.Oct 20, · Now, seven years later, and in honor of the Oct. 20 National Day on Writing, we’ve collected of them that invite narrative and personal writing and listed them by category below. Consider it an update of a previous post, and a companion to the list of argumentative writing prompts we published in Search by Genre: Narrative Clicking on the picture will take you to the prompt eventually.
However, we're still putting this thing together. How to Write a Narrative Essay. In this Article: Article Summary Choosing a Good Topic Writing a Draft Revising Your Essay Sample Essay Community Q&A Narrative essays are commonly assigned pieces of writing at different stages through school.
Like any story, they have a plot, conflict, and characters. Famous quotations from Shakespeare's plays, from your trusted Shakespeare source. English Enhanced Scope and Sequence Lesson Skill: Identifying audience and purpose Strand Writing.
SOL Materials Copies of the attached Writing Assignments strips. Aug 11, · Narrative writing is an excellent way for kids to express themselves, work through big feelings, and practice a new writing technique.
Help your students practice writing about their lives with this narrative writing prompt/5(7).