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What was an event that occurred in your life that changed the way you learn about or experience the world? What story proves how your past learning experience(s) have shaped the person you are today? It is best to start small and then to think big.

For Project #1, you are tasked to (re)consider your own experiences with learning to reflect on the intersections between your specific learning history and your present life. Examine an event that caused you to learn a valuable lesson—one that has affected who you are today.

What was an event that occurred in your life that changed the way you learn about or experience the world? What story proves how your past learning experience(s) have shaped the person you are today? It is best to start small and then to think big. Narrow down the event to the moment—the minutes and seconds when everything changed—and discuss how it has affected the bigger picture.

Similar to the texts we have read so far, your narrative will be structured on an epiphany. Think of the epiphany like a thesis statement, the overall argument for your essay. (Note: this epiphany/thesis should appear at the very end of your essay, as we see in Joyce and Updike.)

Length: 3–4 pages (800–1,000 words)

Specific Requirements:

1) You are required to write this project from a perspective other than your own (through a narrator, a character, or an object).

2) Your essay must be thoroughly proofread. Read it several times, slowly. Consider reading it aloud to eliminate awkward phrasing.

3) Your essay must feature at least one MLA citation. Thus, you must include a Works Cited page.

4) Times New Roman, 12 pt. font, double-spaced.


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