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Reading a Narrative Argument

Before you write your own narrative argument, you should read and respond to an example from another student. The student begins the sample piece with a compelling narrative about a youth activist before arguing logically for a position about today's youngest generation.

Reading a Student Model

Read the following narrative argument and respond to the reading afterward. Click on the side notes to see key features in the text.

Teaching Tip

The sample paper follows Modern Language Association (MLA) style, though the works-cited page is not shown.

Sample Narrative Argument

Listen to “Generation We”

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This lesson is a part of the Writing Narrative Arguments unit.

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