Traveling to Denmark
A. Instructions Choose a topic that enables you to tell a short, interesting personal story. Your story can be funny, suspenseful, meaningful, or exciting, but it must focus on one event. For example, if you decide to write about traveling to Denmark, you should not write about the entire trip. Choose one event — for example, an afternoon you spent bicycling on an island, or your first taste of smoked herring, or visiting the childhood home of Hans Christian Anderson — and tell a detailed story that focuses on that event. In order to foster learning and growth, all essays you submit must be newly written specifically for this course. Any recycled work will be sent back with a 0, and you will be given one attempt to redo the touchstone. Following are some ideas that can help you to select a topic for your story: Firsts — Think of a “first” in your life and describe that moment in detail. Proud Moment — Choose a moment when you felt proud about an accomplishment. Adversity — Describe a time when you had to think or act quickly to overcome a challenge. Traveling — Recall a memorable experience you had while traveling. Requirements Your narrative must be 500 to 800 words (approximately 2-3 pages) in length. Narrative Guidelines and Topic Selection Guidelines must be followed or your submission will not be graded. Double-space the essay and use one-inch margins. Use an easily-readable 12-point font. All writing must be appropriate for an academic context. Your narrative must be original, and written for this assignment. Plagiarism of any kind is strictly prohibited. Your submission must include your name, the name of the course, the date, and the title of your composition. Your submission must include both your narrative and your answers to the “Think About Your Writing” questions. Submit only a single file that contains all of the assignment components. Acceptable file formats are .doc and .docx.
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