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1. Write a narrative essay consisting of a series of related episodes that show how you gradually gained the approval and respect of one of your parents, another relative, or a friend.
2. Have you ever had an experience in which you were the victim of name calling--or in which you found yourself doing the name calling? Summarize the incident, including dialogue and description that will help your readers understand your motivations and reactions. Include a thesis statement that presents your attitude toward the incident.
3. Sometimes people have to deal with the consequences of failing to act. Write an essay in which you recount what would have happened in an life event if a) someone had taken action in the midst of the dilemma or b)if someone had not taken action in the midst of a dilemma.