The “ingredients” or the convention of the “education narrative” that I’ve seen so far is that the author always go through hardship to find who they are, and what they want to prove. The way they create the story help us understand what they’re trying to convey and we can also put ourselves into the story to understand the significance of the story. The place to get started with my own “education narrative” will be the hardship and the challenges that I’ve faced, when I first came to this country as a young teenager, and how I was able to get over the obstacles that I’ve faced when I was in middle school. The question about the “education narrative” will be what are the things that can help me write an awesome “education narrative”. The concerns that I have so far is am I going to succeed writing the “education narrative” the way I wanted to so the readers can relate and understand better. The educational experience that I had was when I was in middle school first time coming to this country and learning english for the first time, the amount of obstacles that I have faced and how I got through it. I hope that will be a solid place to start my “education narrative” but I would definitely appreciate if my colleagues let me know if thats a solid place to start with or some advice on how to start.
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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