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  • Characteristic Features
  • Some details you should include when writing is when, where, what and with whom did the story take place.
  • Characteristic Features
  • You should also consider who is telling the story, what is the purpose, and what can you do to make the story come alive and appeal to the readers?
  • Literacy Narratives
  • When writing a story make sure to have an interesting plot and a clear point that will keep the audiences attention. Last thing you want is for them to fall asleep.
  • Literacy Narratives
  • Another side note: try to write about an experience that you have had so the readers can relate to you, and maybe even empathize.
  • A Roadmap
  • If you write about something you are passionate about you will probably have an easier time when writing it, and be able to grab the readers attention.
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  • A couple last things that you should always remember is your rhetorical situation, the point of view that you are writing in, and ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS revise.
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