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40 Days of Worksheets – Day 36

ramonagravitarWorksheet #36 – Write What You Know Worksheet

List topics you could write about from your personal experiences, knowledge, or interests. Example: motherhood.

Your list:

 

 

Choose one of the above. List how you could specify or expand the general topic. Example: From uneventful pregnancy to high risk in one short checkup

Your example for your topic:

 

How would you write this as memoir? Example: Life on hold during bedrest.

Your example for your topic:

 

 

How would you write it for nonfiction? Example: Misconceptions about bedrest

Your example for your topic:

 

 

How would you write it as creative nonfiction? Example: How bedrest prepares new mothers for motherhood.

Your example for your topic:

 

  

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