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Develop it into a complete four (4) page narrative essay. Narrative essays are chronological and use appropriate transitions to move time along. You should establish your dominant impression early by using descriptive details (the five senses). Each paragraph should answer at least one of the 5 Ws–Who, What, When, Where, or Why. Don’t forget to include How! Your thesis should be contained within your opening paragraph, and your conclusion should attempt one of the strategies covered in the Drafting PPT. This essay is worth 15% of your overall course grade. Your essay grade is determined by averaging the grades you earn on your draft, your participation in peer editing, and final draft grade. Required: • MLA styled (failure to MLA style will result in a grade no higher than 50%). If you have forgotten how to MLA style, or want to make sure you’re doing it correctly so you don’t earn a failing grade, visit this Purdue OWL site and/or watch this video. You can also visit one of the CGTC ASCs for tutoring. Please understand that the directions given in these links are for Microsoft Word. If you’re using a different word processing program, you’ll need to MLA style your page following the same guidelines. You can find online tutorials for help. • Full four pages—to the last line of the fourth page; essays that do not meet this requirement are incomplete