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You may write a minimum of a 600-word essay or short story (900-words maximum), or a minimum of a 6-stanza poem (10 stanzas maximum) using Description or Narration.

Or: You may write a minimum of a 600-word essay or a 6-stanza poem using either Definition or Classification and Division. (Note: Short stories are not appropriate for Definition or Classification and Division)
Choose ONE of the following topics for the writing

For Narration:
Use a personal succes story or a 24-hour day in your lfie as a basis for your narrative essay, or poem

For Description:
Use a place where you are living now or where you lvied as a chilod, or on a memorable childhood vacation as a basis for you Descriptive essay, short story or poem

For Definition:
Use one of the following to write your project: snacking, doing chores, getting dressed, hanging out, or what family means to you as a basis for your essay or poem, which you will develop by Definition

Classification and Division:
Expand on your thoughts about different kinds of pets and pet owners or about three of yoru cloose friends as a basis for your essay or poem, which you will develop by Classification and Division.

I want to do Definition on family.
can i please get some informaiton from a site, or any info that will help me on thsi
i know it supposed ot be what family means to ME, but then how am i supposed to extend the definition?

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