ou wake up in a sweat. You had been dreaming about a particular moment in your l

ou wake up in a sweat. You had been dreaming about a particular moment in your life (good or bad) that made you the person you are today. You really want to share your story with the world, so that others can learn from your experiences. You start by looking for examples of what others have written. You come across Diane Ackerman’s “Why Leaves Turn Color in the Fall,” Sandra Cisneros’s “Eleven,” and some others. You want to write a short autobiography about a specific moment in your life. Your goal is to make the readers feel like there were there with you.
You sit down, ready to use these stories as models for sharing your own story. Then, you begin to write.
Use 12-point Times New Roman font.
Create a heading with the following information: (1) name, (2) title of the course, (3) your professor’s name, and (4) the date.
Make sure you include a title, right below the heading, that somehow captures the main idea behind your essay.
Double-space the essay itself.
This is not a research paper, so you do not need to cite any sources.

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