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My Worst Scrape

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Okay Personal Narrative

In this personal narrative, a student writes about getting into an accident.

Title: My Worst Scrape

Level: Grade 4, Grade 5

Mode: Narrative Writing

Form: Personal Narrative

Completed Rubric: My Worst Scrape Rubric

Blank Rubric: Narrative Rubric

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My Worst Scrape

About three years ago, I was going to my friend’s house to play. On my way I saw the cement Colin’s dad chopped up from his driveway. He was putting in a whole new one. I went and knocked on the door Colin opened the door and I asked if he could play. He called to his mom and told her I was here. We went to his room and started to play. We were having so much fun. After a while I told him I better be going. He said good-bye, and I started walking home. When I started walking by the cement I thought it would be fun to climb it.

I started climbing it. After a while I started running and skipping. Then I tripped over a piece of cement. After I fell I felt pain in my knee, and then Colin’s mom came out and helped me. I rolled up my pants and saw a scrape from three inches long up and down my knee. Colin’s mom walked me home and I went in and laid down. My mom asked if I was all right. I told her the whole story. That was my worst scrape ever.

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