Write a narration about your experience with a person or an animal whose actions you have observed carefully, using a first-person point of view to present not only your own observations of your subject but also the details of that subject’s experiences as you have sympathetically understood and interpreted them.
Narrate the specific events of an experience from which you learned that “death is stronger than I am.”
Write a narrative account of your experience of the death of an animal, using specific details to show your readers why this death was significant to you.
Write a narrative account of an unpleasant or a pleasant experience that seemed, at the time, to be continuing on forever. Provide specific details about the events that took place, but carefully organize and develop those details in a sequence by compressing and expanding the narrative time duration in order to maintain your reader’s interest.
Write a first-person narrative account of an experience in which you felt helpless, providing a detailed treatment of those aspects of the experience that seemed particularly uncontrollable.
Write a first-person narration about a storm that you have experienced, emphasizing not only the details of what happened but also your responses to the experience.
Narrate an actual (or perhaps imagined experience) where circumstances made it necessary for you to be involved in a particular activity that you had always loathed.
Recall a personal experience when a surprising change took place in your life. Write a narration of the experience, showing your readers what happened and why it is important to you.
Write a humorous narrative account of events which occurred during your first work experience.
Recall an experience when a member of your family or a friend, who had no sympathy for an activity or work that you found rewarding, “reluctantly admitted there must be some virtue in it.” Write a narration of events leading up to this change in the person’s judgement.