#Narrative Paragraph Drafts
Step #1: Prewriting
Directions: Be sure to complete all of the elements below. If you fail to do so, your content for this assignment will be incorrect.
Topic: Memorable Vacation
Attitude or Point: enjoyment
Audience: Vactioning families
Topic Sentence: one of the most memorable vacation I ever had was my trip to Egypt.
Paragraph Plan: vacation, culture, My family, historical sites,
Step #2: Narrative Paragraph Rough Draft
Directions: Write a rough draft that follows your paragraph plan in the space provided below, beginning with your topic sentence. Do not worry about spelling or grammar; just let your thoughts flow. End with a good concluding sentence that restates your controlling idea or expresses a thought that wraps up your ...view middle of the document...
The temperature when we went was a lot more humid then it was in Illinois when we left. In Egypt the traditions are a lot different in regards to being married before having any kind of relations. We also went to see the Pyramids and to the museum and the zoo. We had a wonderful time with my family and they enjoyed every minute of their time with our son.
Step #3: Narrative Paragraph Revised Draft
Directions: Copy your Narrative Paragraph Rough Draft (from above) and paste it below. If you are using Microsoft 2007, click on the Review tab above and find the Tracking group. Select Track Changes. (If you are using Microsoft 2003, select Track Changes from the Tools menu.) Any changes that you make are now indicated by revision marks. This is so your instructor can see all the changes you make. Begin reading through your rough draft and make changes to the content as you see fit. Add more supporting details if needed or delete irrelevant ones that do not relate to your controlling idea. Add transitional words or phrases to help the paragraph flow in a logical order.
A memorable vacation is one that I will never forget. I think about it all the time I have visited many places in the United States such As Wisconsin, Texas, Kentucky, Oregon Ohio and Missouri. These places are great places to visit but the one place I wont forget is Egypt. I was born in Egypt and I had a chance to take my son to meet his family. So he could see where I grew up and experience a different culture. In Egypt the way of driving is a lot different then the United States there are not many rules and a lot more cars on the road. The temperature when we went was a lot more humid then it was in Illinois when we left. In Egypt the traditions are a lot different in regards to being married before having any kind of relations. We also went to see the Pyramids and to the museum and the zoo. We had a wonderful time with my family and they enjoyed every minute of their time with our son.