Reading & Comprehension

NFG: Read 10: Writing a Literacy Narrative and 59: Literacy Narratives.

Purdue OWL: Read Narrative Essays. This is the same thing as a literacy narrative and will provide you will more background information.

Essay #4

Here is your assignment for the literacy narrative: Write a 3-4 page personal story in which you explore your experience with reading and writing.

Use A GUIDE TO WRITING LITERACY NARRATIVES in 10: Writing a Literacy Narrative to find and develop a topic. Pattern your work after the samples provided in NFG. You have more freedom on this essay than the ones that preceded it. Based upon the knowledge you have gained so far about the writing process, compose a coherent, interesting, dynamic and polished narrative.


Summaries: In NFG, summarize each of the sample essays in 59: Literacy Narratives in a paragraph of no less than 100 words apiece. The first sentence of each summary should convey the essay's thesis or main theme. These essays include "Rebel Music," "Se Habla Español," "Mother Tongue" and "Lost and Found." Hence you should submit a total of four summaries. Compile them on the same document and submit via Pilot. DUE DATE & TIME: Friday, Mar. 17, 9 a.m.

Literacy Narrative: Submit via Pilot. DUE DATE & TIME: Friday, Mar. 24, 9 a.m.