Narrative Essays For Esl Students

Before students can write descriptively, they must understand the basics of descriptive writing.

Have a clear introduction that sets the tone for the remainder of the essay.

When writing a narrative essay, one might think of it as telling a story.

These essays are often anecdotal, experiential, and personal—allowing students to express themselves in a creative and, quite often, moving ways.

Take it one step further by removing some of the descriptive language and asking students to use their own words to complete the passage.

You can also use the activities below in conjunction with visual and auditory examples of descriptive language through Fluent U.

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  1. Of course I'm going to say yes, this boy had meant a lot to me. He listens to me when I'm upset, and always has something good to say. He treats me better than any girl should be treated, and way better. I've never been so sure on a relationship in my life, it feels so right being with him and I wouldn't want it any other way.

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