What I think makes a good “education narrative” is by having an idea of what you will write also knowing how you will write it. With the education narratives, we’ve read so far they seem to all have a conflict or how they struggled in a way. I was gonna talk about a positive education experience I had, with my favorite English teacher in high school. About how he helped me through the college process and wrote my recommendation letter. It was a significant learning experience for me and for the first time I actually thought a teacher genuinely cared about me. I’m kinda stuck on how to start whether if I should introduce who my teacher is or maybe write it like a story. Like starting from when I asked him to write my recommendation letter and asked him for help with college applications.
This OpenLab site accompanies Jackie Blain’s synchronous ENG 1101 course for Fall 2020. The Course Materials are here (Assignments, Resources, How-to Videos) as well as the Class Discussion blogs. We’re all about writing in multiple digital and analogue situations, for multiple purposes… and investigating and talking about issues by asking questions. Lots of questions.
To get in touch with Prof Blain, either drop me a text on our Slack channel or email me at DBlain@citytech.cuny.edu.
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