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Post  ChenelleM on Thu Oct 21, 2010 4:33 pm

Writing about the experience: Very Happy

Using your outline, describe each part of your narrative.

Rather than telling your readers what happened, use vivid details and descriptions to actually recreate the experience for your readers.

Think like your readers. Try to remember that the information you present is the only information your readers have about the experiences.

Always keep in mind that all of the small and seemingly unimportant details known to you are not necessarily known to your readers

Revising your narrative essayVery Happy

After spending time away from the draft of your narrative essay, read through the essay and think about whether the writing effectively recreates the experience for your readers.

Ask other people to read through the essay and offer their impressions.

Identify where more details and descriptions are needed.

Identify and consider removing any information that seems to distract from the focus and main narrative of the essay.

Think about whether you've presented information in the most affective order.

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