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SENIOR MEMORY BOOK STEPS AND PAGE ASSIGNMENTS
Picture or Senior Portrait Personal Motto Your favorite quote and/or rule to live by. Include author and source. “Living life a quarter mile at a time, for those ten seconds or less I’m free – nothing else matters.” Vin Diesel as Dom Toretto in The Fast and the Furious COVER OR TITLE PAGE Websites: Mylifemotivation.com. Brainyquote.com
FOREWORD/DEDICATION & TABLE OF CONTENTS FORWARD OR DEDICATION The forward or dedication pages may include a description of the purpose and hoped result of completing these writings. What was gained, learned, or discovered. You may choose to dedicate this to someone or group of people. To my best friend Abby whose steadfast ideals and serene devotion to truth and beauty have served to lighten the method and strengthen the purpose of this project. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1)Autobiographical Composition “Certain and Surely Successful” page 1 2)House Project – “Secrets Revealed” page 2 3)Student Choice 1 Attitude Acrostic Poem and Kenning Riddle – page 3 4)Student Choice 2 “One Last Homecoming” – page 4
AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL COMPOSITION Correct all grammar, mechanical, and spelling errors marked with editing symbols. Revise spacing to single (1.0), and delete the formal MLA heading. Add clipart if space is available; otherwise required illustration should be achieved through photos, memorabilia, or other means. AFTER BEFORE
HOUSE PROJECT Proofread and correct any errors in your House Project poem. Reprint the revised corrected poem. Display the folded house or photos of the 3D project AND the poem together on the same page.
IDEAS FOR STUDENT CHOICES Journal writing piece: Where you live, kenning riddle, kenning I Am poem, “Is punishment necessary?” Non-English class writing assignments Pictures of friends, hangouts, or special items and describe why they are important to you. Write about hobbies, sports, your passion or something you look forward to. Fashion- What’s cool & what’s not. Plans for the future - Where do you want to live in the future? Pictures of the school - Recall your best memory in this school. Homecoming 2012 Favorite class, teacher, pep rally, or event this year Turning 18 Favorite sport, college, team (college or professional team) Greatest achievement, or something you’re extremely proud of, (academic achievement, sports award, grades, etc.) Future projection – Where do you see yourself in ten years? What goals do you hope to accomplish? Samples should demonstrate what you’ve learned about writing: Brilliant beginnings/endings Literary devices Sentence Variety Revising & editing skills