I think my narrative this time was a lot better in terms of the final product, due to my teacher giving my class an editing checklist station process. It made me take note of what I need to edit and make sure that I edit my writing in the best way. My topic was not my first option for my narrative, but after I went to write my first option I found out that I did not remember much of the actual story and had to fake some information. I decided to choose my second option (this story) and I got quite far, so I ended up writing about this narrative. For my ending in this narrative, I went for a goofy approach. I kinda wanted to express this inner voice idea and use it to make some sort of new style of writing conclusions. My original introduction and conclusion were more of a place holder/rough draft of one I could use. I did not find out that it was a really bad conclusion until I read it over and compared it with other classmate’s narratives. I hope that others can take note and improve off of other’s narratives, reading one and just finding what that author did well can greater support your own methods. Just try some of their strategies on your own piece, which can greatly improve it from being okay to GREAT.
Thanks for spending time to read this (reflection thingy)Lucky Person