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Today’s Learning Target:

By the end of this lesson, you'll be able to say, "I ended my personal narrative by inspiring my readers to change the way they think or feel or behave."

Welcome back!

This lesson will help you bring your personal narrative to a close.

One of the best ways that writers accomplish this is by using their stories as vehicles for change. Specifically: They use their stories to change the way their readers think or feel or act.

Ready to learn how you might do that? Watch today’s lesson in the video above, and then, get making, performing, and writing.

You’ve finished this lesson when: 
  • You’ve watched today’s lesson.
  • You’ve used what you’ve learned to experiment with different endings using modes other than the written word.
  • You’ve composed the end of your story using written words.
  • The ending includes a satisfying metaphor.