I learned different ways to write and I believe that I always met my teacher’s expectations in my papers.
I remember in fifth grade I had to write my first autobiography.
Hooking the reader with an attention grabber such as a question, a surprise, or maybe a quotation creates a desire to read on to see what happens next.
Even if all the information in the body of the essay is solid, it’s important to get the reader to that point with a good attention grabber.
When children learn how to write, a whole world of possibilities opens up for them.
They can put their thoughts down in a journal, write a letter to a friend, and create a story that comes from their imagination.
That was the only time until now that I got to write entirely about myself. My teacher gave us about a month to write this paper and put a book together.
The book consisted of my paper and pictures all glued to construction paper. It was really nice to reflect on my time growing up and the things I enjoyed.
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