Write a narrative account of your experience of the death of an animal, using specific details to show your readers why this death was significant to you.
Write a narrative account of an unpleasant or a pleasant experience that seemed, at the time, to be continuing on forever. Provide specific details about the events that took place, but carefully organize and develop those details in a sequence by compressing and expanding the narrative time duration in order to maintain your reader’s interest.
Write a first-person narrative account of an experience in which you felt helpless, providing a detailed treatment of those aspects of the experience that seemed particularly uncontrollable.
Write a humorous narrative account of events which occurred during your first work experience.
Write a narrative account of an argument in which you have been a participant, using dialogue carefully to show your readers what issues, conflicts, and resolutions were involved in the experience.
Write a detailed narrative account of a holiday gathering that you have attended.
Write a detailed narrative account of a struggle or conflict between two people in which you show the reader clearly not only what happened, but also answer questions about who, what, where, when , why, and how.
Pretend you are a member of a Parliamentary Committee that has been assigned the task of investigating the effects of cell phones on the lives of Canadians. Make a list of the various fictional people you would call as witnesses to your commission. Work out what each expert would say. Write a script or narrative account of the witnesses report to the commission.