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Here’s something you might not know about me. I have amazingly keen powers of observation. Right now, I see a student looking for a little help on an observation essay. Pretty good, huh?

But an observation essay isn’t just about listing what you see. In a way, it’s like narrative writing. You need to frame your observations in some type of story. You need to answer “so what?”

In other words, why are you writing the paper, and what should readers get from reading it?

In case my three-sentence explanation didn’t clear it all up for you, here’s an article with more information about writing observation essays: The Observation Essay: How to Make More Brilliant Observations.

I’ve also included the following three things in this post to help you with your observation essay:

  1. Two annotated observation essay examples to help you see how it’s done.
  2. Two additional example essays for your review.
  3. Links to articles with even more writing advice.

Let’s start with our annotated observation essay examples.

2 Observation Essay Examples to Watch Closely

As you read through these two observation essay examples, notice that both have a have a purpose for telling their story. In other words, the writer isn’t simply observing for the sake of observing.

There’s a point to the observation (one that the writer had in mind even before beginning the observation). The essay then frames the observation in a narrative format.

To help you see what I mean by this, I’ve included comments in both essays to highlight key sections, as well as each paper’s strengths and weaknesses.

For both observation essay examples, my commentary is below each paragraph. The specific text I’m discussing is notated with a bracket and a corresponding number [#]. When you see an asterisk in front of that at the end of a paragraph *[#], my comments apply to the preceding paragraph(s) as a whole.

Observation essay example #1: A Report on a Child Observation Project in a Preschool Class

A Report on Child Observation Project in a Preschool Class

Introduction

For this project, I observed my mother’s preschool class for three hours, and three kids that she baby-sits on weekends for three hours. Most of the kids that are in the preschool class were three years old, but there was one five year old. The kids I helped babysit were two twin three year old girls, and one five year old. *[1]

Susan says:

*[1] When writing an observation essay, consider whether you should be writing a narrative paper that tells the story of your observation or a more scientific report.

This introduction is informative and reads like a scientific report because it discusses language acquisition and other aspects of child development.

Given that, this type of introduction is appropriate.

However, some scientific papers require the use of third person, and this paper uses first person. Make sure to check your assignment guidelines before you start writing.

(Read: How to Read and Understand an Essay Assignment.)

Body paragraphs

[2]When I first arrived at the preschool, the kids seemed very shy towards me and they did not seem like they were very sociable. I was a stranger to them, and I would have to guess that all of the children were experiencing a little bit of stranger anxiety. I talked to my mother about how the children reacted at the beginning of the year when they did not know her and the parents left them there. She said that the children often would cry and become very uneasy. I believe that these would be signs of separation anxiety. *[3]

Susan says:

[2] Most observation essays will detail events in chronological order. Here, the writer starts with the initial meeting of the children.

Even if they’re chronological, observation essays cannot simply be a list of things you observe. You still need a purpose.

Susan says:

*[3] In this paragraph, the writer begins to explain the children’s behavior and separation anxiety.

Thus, it’s clear that this writer’s purpose is not to just observe kids for the sake of observation but to analyze their behavior based on materials studied in a specific class.

As I sat down to play with the children, I noticed one thing right away. The boys in the group were very wild and rambunctious, and the girls seemed to be shy and reserved. This would agree with what we have learned in class that boys will tend to be more outgoing, and girls will be more reserved. *[4]

Susan says:

*[4] In this brief paragraph, the writer again connects the observations to information learned in class, specifically regarding the differences in behavior between the girls and boys.

In preschool class, my mother has various stuffed animals, and I also noticed that the children that I helped babysit had a lot of stuffed animals. My mother often has puppet shows and the kids love it. I noticed one child was sitting at the table having a conversation with a stuffed beaver. The two twin girls I was babysitting had a giant stuffed bee, and I would chase after them with it and sting them. This shows what the book calls animistic thinking. According to the book, this kind of thinking is the belief that inanimate objects are alive. *[5]

Susan says:

*[5] The above paragraph connects the children’s behavior to animistic thinking using the example of the children’s play with stuffed animals.

(Read: 3 Types of Essay Support That Prove You Know Your Stuff.)

Another form of animistic thinking would be when my mother told a story about a leprechaun. When my mother asked where leprechauns lived, one child replied that, and I quote, “leprechauns live in the grass and run around from tree to tree, they are itsy bitsy and very hard to see.” These children believed that these creatures were real, but they just could not see them. But, the fun with the leprechauns had just begun. To test the children’s belief in the unrealistic, I had my mother and the kids make little pots, and then I had my mother tell all of the kids that if they were good, the leprechaun would leave them gold in their pot. While these kids were eating their snacks, I left and put gold candy in their pots, and then waited for their reactions and comments when they came back to see what had happened. I wish I could have recorded their reactions because some of them were hilarious. I noticed that one child jumped around and screamed that “he was here, he was here,” and another child was looking around the room trying to find the leprechaun. Overall, I found that my animistic thinking project worked well. To conclude my observations on animistic thinking, I found that most of the kids seemed to have beliefs based on what they sensed to be true, rather than on what would be logic or rational. *[6]

Susan says:

*[6] Here, the writer includes a more detailed discussion of observations to explain the concept of animistic thinking.

For the most part, the writer relies on visual observations, such as “one child jumped around and screamed” and “another child was looking around the room.”

The writer also includes some auditory observations through the use of children’s quotes, such as “he was here, he was here.”

Remember to include a variety of senses in your paper. Don’t simply rely on what you see.

[7] Language development between the three-year-old kids, and the five-year-old kids was amazing. There were some grammatical morpheme problems that I picked up on throughout my stay at the preschool and when I was baby-sitting the other girls. I did not notice many mistakes by the five-year-old girl, in fact she was very good with sentence structure and words. But, I did notice a lot of the three year old kids struggled with prepositions, suffixes, and prefixes. I few sentences I heard were, “he sitted down on me,” or “she hitted me with the beaver.” As you can see, the children are learning that they need to add the “ed” to the end of some words, but they do not know when it is and when it is not appropriate to do it yet. *[8]

Susan says:

[7] Here, the writer might say something like “In addition…” at the beginning of the sentence to provide a smoother transition between paragraphs.

(Read: 97 Transition Words for Essays You Need to Know.)

Also, the use of “amazing” is problematic because it’s a subjective term. Instead, something more objective would make this a stronger statement.

Susan says:

*[8] This paragraph begins a discussion of language development, and while the paragraph is missing a transition to smoothly link ideas between paragraphs, it does transition well between sentences within the paragraph.

[9] I noticed a lot of imitation in the children at the preschool. I guess I was an adult model for some of the children. I noticed that one child followed me around the room one time when I went to go to the bathroom. He did not go into the bathroom, but I did notice that everything I did when I walked back to the room, he did. Why do kids do that? The girls I babysat for played an annoying game on me one time. Just try to imagine two three-year-old twin girls repeating everything I said. I guess that would be a form of imitation. I also noticed imitation between the kids themselves. The naughty boys in the preschool seemed to almost copy each other when they would cause trouble. If one was standing on his chair, the other would stand on his chair. And, if one was playing in a certain area, then the other one would go to that area to play. The girls often imitated one another also. I noticed that one little girl went to go play with the dolls, and sure enough, most of the other girls went along to play with the dolls with her. In conclusion to imitation, I would imagine that imitation is a great way for children to learn about the world, and is often a sociable test to see how far that they can stretch the rules. I noticed that when a model is present, imitation is likely to take place. *[10]

Susan says:

[9] Again, the above paragraph is missing a transition as it begins a discussion of a new topic. This sentence serves as a good topic sentence for the paragraph, however.

(Read: Here Is the Right Way and the Wrong Way to Write Topic Sentences.)

Susan says:

*[10] At the end of the paragraph, the writer asserts a conclusion based on observations of children’s imitation, stating that imitation is likely to take place when a model is present.

This is an effective strategy as the writer is not simply describing what occurs in the classroom but is demonstrating critical thinking through analysis of the children’s behavior.

I spent a great deal of time watching how the children in the preschool played, and when I was baby-sitting, I did more playing than watching. In the book, play is described as “pleasurable activity engaged for its own sake.” I noticed that there was some parallel play. An example I found was when two boys were playing with Lego’s. The boys did not participate directly with one another, but they played alongside each other and other children while they were enjoying their Lego’s. There was some associative play, but I saw more of this in the girls. Some of the girls were playing with Barbie’s, and were having their own little soap opera going on. The girls were demonstrating associative play because they were playing and sharing with each other. I had the chance to participate in cooperative play when we played “duck, duck, goose!” Come on, you know the game. Well, I was pretty good at the game so they made me crawl on my knees. But, this showed cooperative play because the children were involved in structured games that involved rules. When I was baby-sitting, I was involved in some fantasy play. The twin three-year-old girls told me that I was the daddy, and one was the mommy, and the other was the kid, and the giant stuffed bee was also a kid. We played in a little area with toy stoves and washing machines and stuff. This is an example of fantasy play because these young girls believed that things were different than they really were.The last thing I noticed while observing the two twin girls was that there was a little bit of sibling rivalry. They both fought constantly for my attention. *[11]

Susan says:

*[11] The above paragraph includes a discussion of parallel play, associative play, and fantasy play.

However, the writer includes only a limited analysis of each and should develop these ideas further and separate them into individual paragraphs.

(Read: Anatomy of the Perfect Essay Paragraph Structure.)

Conclusion

Overall, I enjoyed observing the children, and enjoyed playing with them. I learned a lot about what kids do, and had the chance to experience it hands on. *[12]

Susan says:

*[12] The concluding paragraph is two sentences long and lacks development.

The writer should provide more information to wrap up the observations and conclusions about the children’s behavior.

(Read: How to Write a Killer Essay Conclusion.)

Observation essay example #2: An Observation Experiment at the Agriculture and Food Fair: People Using the Event to Making a Fashion Statement

Introduction

[1] The place I observed is the Agriculture and Food Fair on February 13 and February 15 at 2 pm on both days. [2] Every February, St. Croix hosts the largest agricultural festival at Rudolph Shulterbrandt Agricultural Complex in Estate Lower Love. I observed the Agriculture Food Fair because all I heard about Fair was that it is a fashion show and everyone is dressed to impress.  I mainly examined the entrance and the park. Being that I attended fair almost every year, I expected to see everyone dressed up but still see casual dressing. I argue that some locals on Saint Croix attend the Agriculture Fair just to make a fashion statement or appearance.

Susan says:

[1] This opening line is informative and appropriate for a more scientific report.

If the writer wanted to write a more narrative observation essay (which this essay seems to be), he or she might try opening with a story or anecdote about the fair and its patrons (to help grab the reader’s attention).

(Read: How to Write Good Hook Sentences.)

Susan says:

[2] Including background information about the subject being observed can be a useful strategy to help readers understand the writer’s reason behind the observation.

Here, the writer explains why he or she chose to observe the fashions on display at the fair.

Body paragraphs

[3] It was a usual, hot and sunny day on the fairgrounds. The delicious aroma of the different local foods was wafting through the air as I walk towards the crowded entrance. As I entered the fairgrounds the first thing I saw was of course a swarm of people everywhere. I then leaned against the gate and observed people and their whereabouts. Some by the different food booths, some dancing by the stage enjoying themselves, the kids playing in the bouncy, and some of the elders on the trolley. The others were just standing around associating with friends and family. Standing at the top I could’ve seen a bigger crowd of people just over the bridge.  As I walked down the path it felt like I was on the runway because everyone was just standing on both sides just staring.[4] Since it was so many people to observe all at the same time, I mainly focused on four groups of people.  Group A was a group of girls that called themselves “The Chocolate Factory”, Group B was a group of boys that called themselves “Team Tru”, Families and different organizations.  As I walked through the fair there was many people that I could have chosen from but these specific groups more address my topic because they not only show the overly dressed but those that dressed simple.

Susan says:

[3] Notice that the writer observes not only the sights but the aromas of the fair too.

Including a variety of senses is an effective strategy to help readers visualize the fair.

Susan says:

[4] Here, the writer focuses the essay by identifying the various types of groups that will be observed: the overly dressed and those who dress more simply.

(Read: How to Narrow a Topic and Write a Focused Paper.)

Each year some people seems to attend the Agriculture Fair to look cute and show off their clothing more than to enjoy our culture. Some locals see Fair more like a fashion show and a place to just chill with their friends. For example, a little boy’s outfit caught my eyes. He was sitting in a stroller wearing timberlands (boots), a baby jersey and long jeans. He wasn’t even walking or playing with the other kids just sitting in the stroller looking adorable.The other children were dressed as typical children in sundresses, jeans, and a t shirt.  As I proceeded to cross the bridge I came in contact with these stunning young ladies better known as the “Chocolate Factory”. I know these young ladies from residence hall. When I first moved onto Residence Hall we all looked out for each other and decided to stick together. Of course I expected to see overly dressed individuals but these ladies took the cake! One was dressed in a cocktail dress with her back out and gladiator shoes. Another was dressed in a black and white bodycon dress with short pointed heels. The other three wore a crop top with boyfriend jeans, maxi skirt and pencil skirt. They also wore their hair in buns, box braids and curly sew-ins.  If it was a fashion show they would be slaying the runway. *[5]

Susan says:

*[5] In the above paragraph, the writer describes the overly dressed patrons that appear a bit out of place at the fair.

These examples help illustrate the focus: that some people use the fair as a fashion show. They don’t visit the fair to see the culture.

Nowadays it is common to see men wearing chains, bracelets and earrings like women. But these guys that I saw overdid it with the jewelry. While I ate my Johnny cakes and chicken I observed a group of boys sitting on the bench. Two of the young men wore a white t-shirt with a khaki pants and some timberlands. The others wore a black t-shirt, dark jeans and some Jordan sneakers. The boys weren’t that bad when it came to their clothing, but what amazed me was their jewelry. Among them, they were several bracelets, long chains, and a ring on every finger. No exaggeration but almost every finger (except for the thumbs) had a ring!  Other than the jewelry, the guys were a bit simple this year. My brothers are a part of “Team Tru,” and I’ve seen them dress up before. That is why I determine that the guys dressed pretty simple this year. *[6]

Susan says:

*[6] The above paragraph describes another group of people who parade through the fair as if they are in a fashion show.

Providing a number of examples helps the writer illustrate the key purpose of the paper. The writer does a good job staying focused.

(To double-check that your own essay stays on track, read What Is a Reverse Outline and Why Should You Use One?)

The best part of the fair was seeing the family members not only stick together but some of them dressed alike.  Especially those dressed in African and madras fabrics. They was basically representing their culture through their clothing, which was awesome. A family that dresses together stays together. Kids that dress together always look cute, but when their parents dress in coordinating outfits, the final ensemble is memorable. Like my father always said, “All ah we is one,” and that’s exactly what this family portrayed to me. This one family that I focused on consist of five members. The mother wore an off the shoulder, cocktail African print dress with her natural hair flying in the wind and the father wore an African print shirt with a khaki pants and dress shoes.  The teenage daughter wore an African print romper with gladiator shoes and the younger daughter wore a thin strap African print shirt and jean skirts with jelly bean shoes.  The son wore something similar to his father except he wore Nike sneakers. They all walked with pep in their step happily down the corridor. *[7] 

On the other hand, the show can’t go on without the queens! There’s was no way that I could’ve passed them straight with their stunning dresses. As I was walking down the corridor I met with some of the contenders for Ms. UVI. They were all dressed in white dresses with a little bit of madras around their waist. They also had on some dashing heels.  Majority of them were wearing wedges and few was wearing stilettos.They also wore their sash. Some of their hair was in sew-ins and messy hair buns. *[8] 

Last but not least I visited a few organizations.  I visited Innovative booth, The University of the Virgin Islands and the National Guard. They all wore a t-shirt that represents their organization except for the National Guard. They wore their uniforms.  Otherwise there was a lot of organizations or businesses in uniform. *[9] 

Susan says:

*[7], *[8],*[9] Though the above paragraphs provide an overview of the groups of people the writer observed, the information reads much like a simple description.

The writer could improve these paragraphs by connecting them through additional discussions of how the people appear to be parading in a fashion show.

Conclusion

[10] Judging from the four groups that I observed, I can say that some people go to the fair to show their appearance and draw attention with the clothes they wear but appearance doesn’t matter to everyone. The simplest group was of course the organizations. I do feel being that they didn’t really have a choice is the reason for them dressing simple. I did learn that not everyone attends the fair to make a fashion statement but to enjoy the foods and activities provided.  But I really wanted to know “Where did guys get the money for all those rings?” and “Is it really necessary?” I even watched some of my friends spend a lot of money on one outfit just to attend the fair and wear it for one day.  Fair is already expensive so maybe if people didn’t spend so much on clothing, they could afford to try out many of the natural products, jewelry, food and local drinks from some of the vendors. *[11]

Susan says:

[10] This first sentence of the concluding paragraph wraps up the focus of the paper: the idea that people often attend the fair to simply draw attention to their clothing.

Susan says:

*[11] In the conclusion as a whole, the writer also asks a variety of questions to keep readers thinking about the subject. This use of questions is a great strategy to engage the reader.

The conclustion also ends the paper with finality, so it’s a good example of a solid conclusion.

(Read: 12 Essay Conclusion Examples to Help You Finish Strong.)

A Little Help From Your Friends

Hopefully, these observation essay examples have given you a few ideas for your own essay. But this post doesn’t stop with only two examples. Here are the other resources I promised.

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What is a Narrative Essay

What is a narrative essay? These are writing tasks that students are assigned to complete at various moments of their high school and college life. This type of writing involves telling a story from your life that is relevant to the theme you have in class. The narrative essay may be enjoyable and fun if you take a right approach. Proceed reading to learn how to write a narrative essay.

The structure of your paper is very similar to all those typical essays you’ve already written. It goes with the same typical 5 paragraph structure:

  • Introduction – goes with one paragraph to present your topic and idea.
  • Body – has three or more paragraphs to tell the actual story.
  • Conclusion – is the short summary of your thoughts and consequences.

How to Choose Narrative Essay Topics

It is always hard to start. Think about a story that describes a topic given by your tutor. The paper should involve two components:

  • Narration (story)
  • Analysis of that narrative

Your essay can be about some theme, concept, or topic illustrated with the help of your personal narrative essay story.

These papers do not involve any outside sources or research. Various how to write a narrative essay articles state that your personal story is the source of evidence. It is a support for a statement you are up to make. It is absolutely true.

It is a perfect way to test students’ creative skills of storytelling, their ability to connect your experience to a theme discussed in class.

How to Write a Narrative Essay Introduction

An effective essay tells a specific story with clear details. The way is comprehensive.  It is not a novel. You should make it concise and fairly contained.  Limit it regarding setting, plot, and characters. Choose a story from your life, like a family vacation, a weekend with a friend, a spoiled holiday, or anything like that.

  • Broad stories make a bad essay. Avoid narrative essay introduction starting with “This summer,” or “In my childhood” as they are far too big to highlight specific details required for a story writing.
  • Pick an event from your childhood or your summer, not something that takes a long time to unfold.
  • Also, limit the number of characters in your story. Include only those who are essential. Every friend from your childhood years will be too much. Pick one of them. Then come up with the title for your paper.

How to Write a Narrative Essay Outline

Outline the plot before you begin your writing. Where does it start and where does it end? Write down a list of the most important marks in your story. It is the best way of making sure you will include everything and do not miss anything. You need to include the components of a narrative:

  • The beginning
  • The middle
  • And the end

An outline helps to limit things and keeps you focused on the important marks only. Your narrative essay outline should not be a formal one. This part really helps you write. Include major scenes and organize them.

How to Write a Narrative Essay Conclusion

The Conclusion is your last step and final word in the story. Restate your aim and consider few main tips:

  • Do not forget that your Conclusion is not just the end of a story.
  • A conclusion has to continue a sequence of facts presented earlier.
  • Do not blur the timeline as you write: let the audience track your sequence of events.
  • You learn something and tell about your discovery to the others in Conclusion.
  • Do not leave the reader without a finale, which is not very good if it is not your literary device.
  • Your essay has to make people interested even after they finished reading.

Narrative Essay Example of Storytelling

The setting is a very important part of a good story. You should mention the place where the characters are and where the story occurs. Is it a city, or a country? Is it home? Outside? Describe the location where the situation occurs and make it a part of your narration. 

Make sure that a topic is illustrated in the story clearly

After you have written your narrative essay conclusion, read the entire paper once more and look for your theme. The relevance to the main statement you make should be very clear. Don’t leave your reader with a question. Answer it before he/she gets the chance to ask.

How to Write Narrative Essay: Basic Steps and Tips     

Writing process of this type of a paper is also a great experience. Your future depends on narrative essay topics extremely. You are reflecting the event and giving the experience to other people – your readers. This is the most exciting part of this type of articles. We are going to talk about it later. Now let’s get some tips structured:

  • A piece of writing recreating the experience through time is called a narrative essay.
  • You can base your essay on your own experiences on the experiences of other people. No matter past or present.
  • You are not just telling a story; you are also giving the idea and lesson to your reader.
Starting steps:
  • You should find and identify the experience you are going to write about.
  • The experience should be significant.
  • You should focus on recollecting the details of your experience.
  • You should create an outline and imagine the basic parts.
Writing:
  • You should use your outline to describe all parts of your essay.
  • Try not just to describe the thing was happening. Tell your reader how and why it was happening.
  • Try to become your reader and to think like them.
  • Remember that for your readers you are the main source of information about your experience.
  • Don’t forget about small details.
Revising:
  • If you have finished your draft, try to spend some time away from it. Then read it with your fresh mind and eye.
  • You can ask some people to read your narrative and tell you their impressions.
  • Ed more details where they are needed.
  • Remove some parts and sentences that seem to be unnecessary.
  • Try to use the most effective order to present your information.

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What is a Personal Narrative Essay

This type of papers is often quite personal. That is why people call this type of papers a personal narrative essay. You give the readers insight into your experience. Just tell them about the things that changed you somehow making a difference for the rest of your life. We’ve all had these moments something changes our views. It influences our personality. This task is a great opportunity to write about it.

Choose a topic that allows you to provide a relevant story. Then just follow it. The idea of a compelling first-person narration is not the only one. The paper can entertain your readers, excite them or even help them get over a hard period in their lives. The stories of people who’ve overcome disorders or those who managed to get out of a really difficult crisis are very similar to narrative essays. Think of the way your essay can help others follow you. It will help them to overcome the problems they have.

The narrative essay seems to take its rightful place among the most exciting writing tasks for those who fancy creative assignments. It is not a definition essay or anything of that type. It is quite close to the experience of a real writer: you have to tell a story a personal narrative essay story that will touch the readers. It is a great chance to unleash your creative side not worrying about enough research or referencing. You just write from your heart.

How to Present Your Story

The way you tell your story and the way you felt at that time is just as important as the sequence of facts itself. The same situation can be perceived in different ways by different people. All the important things in your narrative essay are about the changes in your life, your ideas, your worldview.

Your story does not have to be too serious if the subject is not tough. The stories of serious crises are a good. It is not the only option. You can write about a funny situation that affected you somehow or can tell about something important. Or how you have learned that it is necessary to be more forgiving to people.

Why is it Important to Learn How to Write a Narrative Essay

Why write a narrative essay? Most of the students don’t see any reason for it. They take it as yet another kill-time writing task and do it just for the sake of a grade. Who would take the tell-the-story assignment seriously? 

That is a shallow perception of narrative essay writing. It seems to be a waste of time for students. It is an opportunity for them to display their creativity and writing style. I admit it. This type of essay may not be the most important academic assignment like a research paper. It is rather a tool that helps reach the summit of writing craft.

Narratives Teach Us to:

  • To be concise. This is a problem with many students and even professional writers who don’t want to learn how to write a narrative essay correctly. They drag out an idea for several paragraphs if it can be covered in few words. This isn’t the message of great value that they convey, it’s just waffling without a concrete answer to the question. This is where narrating stories can help you work out brevity of writing. Just define the purpose of the story and try to stick to the core.
  • To be creative. It’s not for nothing that an essay is that frequently assigned at schools and colleges. Every time you are asked to tell a story you are expected to come up with new, fresh ideas. If you practice different approaches, you make progress. You write in monotonous style, you just make no headway. Hence your writing and thinking skills remain at the old-time level.
  • To be eloquent. A good engaging story depends on words. Carefully chosen, targeted to get the message across the audience, they absorb reader in a story. This is a good way to enrich your vocabulary and polish writing style. This is because story includes descriptions, characters, and a plot that has to be dynamic.
  • To express yourself with confidence. Remember, you write narratives not just to fit academic standards and earn a grade. The real value of this genre lies in making you express your bold views without being afraid that it’s not appropriate. It also helps a writer find his voice and come to realize that his ideas have value.

Few Classic Narrative Essay Topics

  • A childhood event. You can tell about your any first-time experience.
  • Achieving a goal. Tell people about the greatest important achievement in your life? It can be some easy achievement. It will be very important exactly for you.
  • A failure. Sometimes reading about someone’s failures can also be interesting and very instructive.
  • A good or bad deed. It is always a great challenge for a writer to talk about things like that. Readers will appreciate that.
  • A change in your life. Some important and significant change in your life.

Conclusion

We hope this article has answered your question about what is a narrative essay. In the end, any essay writing skills won’t gather dust like an old grandma’s chest because they are sure to come into play either in professional life or everyday communication. If you still have doubts about how to write a narrative essay or want to make sure you are doing everything correctly, just call us anytime, and our team would like to help you out right away.

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