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5 paragraphs
its about the hard working and increase me to work hard like him
Tuesdays with Morrie: My Mentor Essay
Who has made a difference in my life?
Overview
In Tuesdays with Morrie, famed sportswriter Mitch Albom explores his relationship with his former college professor, Morrie Schwartz, who is dying of Lou Gehrig’s disease. You have undoubtedly had adults or other young people who have made a difference in your life. This assignment calls on you to write about your relationship in a five-paragraph essay.
Note: This assignment asks for you to write something positive about someone who you admire. However, if you can’t think of anyone who has made a difference in your life, imagine what your ideal mentor would be like.
Assignment Guidelines
• Each paragraph must have at least 5 sentences.
• As this is a personal essay, you will not have any sources to cite.
• Use MLA format for the paper, including a heading, header, spacing and acceptable font styles and sizes.
• As this is an informal, personal essay, you may (and must) use personal pronouns such as “I.”
• Edit a peer’s essay
• Essay due: Tuesday, June 22
Jot down notes to help you organize your thoughts before you start writing. Then, organize your ideas in the following format:
Paragraph 1: Introduction
• Topic sentence should reveal the name of your character and the setting.
• Write a thesis statement about the effect of your mentor on your life.
• How did you meet or get close?
• Describe what you were like before you knew this person, or before this person had an effect on you.
• Include a transition sentence.
Paragraph 2: Character
Describe your character vividly with the most precise words and phrases you can. Do not use clichéd phrases such as “her voice was sweeter than candy.” Consider answering the following or similar questions:
• Describe the setting in which you met the person. Was it at school? At a sport or activity? In a religious setting? Was it someone you knew for as long as you can remember?
• What does the person look like? Examples: Is s/he tall? Short? Covered in make-up? A fan of ripped up jeans? Choose your own details.
• What does this person act like? Is s/he serious? Funny? Is s/he loud? Quiet?
Paragraphs 3 & 4: Story
• Tell a story of a time this person was there for you, helped you out or challenged you.
• Tell the story in the order that it took place with an exposition, rising action, turning point or climax, and resolution.
• Be descriptive: Include at least four adjectives or adverbs in your story.
• Include an exchange of dialogue to reveal your character and your mentor’s character
• What was the outcome?
• How would your life be different had you never met this person?
• Create mood as you sequence: a sense of mystery, suspense, growth, humor or resolution
Paragraph 5: Conclusion
• Restate thesis
• What was your mentor’s effect on you?
• Explain this person’s continued presence in your life, or why he or she is not present.
• Tie in all of your main points from the other paragraphs.

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