The Fifth Activity challenges us to think about our own lives as subjects of a story. Julie Rak reminded us that we all have a story to tell that is interesting and important. She talked of how when writing ourselves, we give ourselves value and place in the ecosystem of stories. She shares her autobiography activity that she assigns her students. We have added a few prompts and also an example from Julie Rak. Click here for the activity outline.
Here is a recorded 500 word autobiography from Jennie, thank you Jennie for sharing!
“Autobiography of a Semi-Retired Woman” – Cindy Q.
“Touch, Feel, See: My Life as an Institutionalized Woman” – Kelly