essay made according to this answers. which is about my career.
- The tentative title is ‘future career’
- The conflict I choose was to join my family or complete the school and find job.
- The context of this event was to decide on either do family business or complete the studies and find job for my better future.
- I felt lots of stress, frustration, nervousness and could not sleep well.
- The outcome is that I came to USA for my better future and already started my school here.
- I learned that in life you must take some decision at some point of your life and this decision would be helpful in your future.
Description and narration are among some of the most important writing skills. You use description and narrative techniques on a daily basis for school, your personal life, and your career. In an introduction to business class, you might write a business plan in which you describe your product or service. Over the phone with a customer service representative, you might need to describe the problem you are having so that it can be solved. At work, you may need to submit a monthly or weekly report in which you describe your accomplishments and challenges. As you can see, description and narration are vital elements of everyday communication.
In the Descriptive Analysis Essay you will practice describing events with a clear purpose. The topic for this essay is inspired by the sample essay “Case Narrative” in Chapter 5. Be sure to read Chapter 5, Describing and Narrating: Memories, and consult the Week 1 Lesson, especially the Assignment Connection, to help you complete this essay successfully.
For this essay, describe a project or complication that you have experienced in the workplace and what was learned from it.
- What was the event or complication?
- Who was involved and what emotions did they experience?
- What specific problems or conflicts were faced?
- What was the outcome?
- What did you learn from the experience? (thesis)
The overall structure of your descriptive essay should look something like this.
- Introduction and thesis
- Background details (time and place)
- Description and Significance (What happened and why does it matter?)
- Resolution (What actions were taken?)