Fifth Blog Post 2/22/12First Blog Post 2/7/12Second Blog Post 2/8/12
Viet Minh & Viet Cong
The Seven Banned BooksHB 2281TUSD Press ReleaseTUSD Resolution on MASBanned Books Links
This is the "My Story/Your Story" page of the "Multicultural Literature" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

Multicultural Literature   Tags: carrasco, writing, writing lab  

Last Updated: May 22, 2012 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

My Story/Your Story Print Page

Homage to Great Writers


My Story/Your Story

Blog Post:

  • Go to my blog post @ Writing for Change.  
  • Read my post called The Letter.  
  • I decided to post this story because, although it is a simple story about one day of my life, it is also a story about a pivotal moment in my life.  
  • I would like for you to brainstorm about pivotal moments in your own life.  
  • Once you have found one that you are willing to share with us on your blog, write it as a new blog post.

Writing Standard: Strand 3 - Writing Application

  1. Expressive - Expressive writing includes personal narratives....

            PO1. Write in a variety of expressive forms that:

                        a. use voice and style appropriate to audience and purpose

                        b. organize ideas in writing to ensure coherence, logical progression, 
                            and support

                        c.  employ literary devices (e.g. irony, conceit, foreshadowing, 
                             symbolism) to enhance style and voice.

English Teacher

Profile Image
Guadalupe Carrasco-Villalpando
Contact Info
Send Email

Loading  Loading...