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Declare yourself Free Brainstorm. Who or what would you like to declare yourself free from? . Declare Yourself- 1st Person Narrative. DIRECTIONS: Write your very own Declaration of Independence. Declare yourself free from someone or something.

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Declare yourself free brainstorm
Declare yourself FreeBrainstorm

  • Who or what would you like to declare yourself free from?


Declare yourself 1st person narrative
Declare Yourself- 1st Person Narrative

  • DIRECTIONS: Write your very own Declaration of Independence. Declare yourself free from someone or something.

  • Must match the original Declaration of Independence format (4 parts)

    • Part 1- introduction that announces the reason for the document

    • Part 2- a declaration of the rights and freedoms you believe you are entitled to

    • Part 3- a specific list of complaints (Must have at least 5)

    • Part 4- a conclusion that formally states your independence

    • You May:

    • • include facts and details about your life to convey a vivid picture

    • • exaggerate how you feel about the issue

    • • use literary techniques- foreshadowing, climax, flashback, conflict , descriptive details and sensory language


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