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  • 1. ---CLASS COPY---DO NOT TAKE---Writing Portfolio RequirementsYou MUST type the following writing assignments: 1. Timed writing piece: Think of a person who overcame an obstacle in life. What was the problem? (paragraph A) How did they overcome the problem? (paragraph b- describe the steps) What was the outcome? (paragraph c) 2. Summary of Lancet article (if you don’t have this done, get the article, summarize each paragraph into one 6-10 lined paragraph). 3. Poetry analysis (5 paragraphs—if you don’t have this done, follow the outline) 4. Personal essay- see page 195 in your student workbook 5. Personal Narrative (see below) Typed paper formatI want your paper to be typed as follows (upper left hand side)-----------------------------------------------------------------------Last name, First nameEnglish 9- Second semester<Insert the title of your assignment>Date Title of your assignment------------------------------------------------------------------------ Your paper should be formatted-Times New Roman12 point fontDOUBLE SPACEDNO FANCY FONTINDENT EACH PARAGRAPH TO INDICATE A NEW PARAGRAPHNO EXTRA SPACES INBETWEEN PARAGRAPHS----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Directions 1. Type all of your papers 2. Save it to your student S-number (save your document last name and then the assignment title under your student id number) a. Example: Navejar_Summary b. Example: Navejar_Poetry Analysis 3. When you are finished, print out your papers and turn them in 4. Begin writing your Personal Narrative (type as your write) Personal Narrative DirectionsWrite a 4 paragraph essay in response to the following prompt (choose one). 1. Describe a memorable moment in your life. 2. What is the most significant life lesson you have learned? 3. Describe a person who made a difference in your life.