Write a literacy narrative that re-tells one important scene, incident, experience, or character in your development as a reader or writer.

Write a literacy narrative that re-tells one important scene, incident, experience, or character in your development as a reader orwriter.The literacy narrative is autobiographical, so you are not writing an essay in the traditional, academic sense. You should tell a story that unfolds chronologically, rather than writing in the thesis-driven format you may be familiar with in other writing situations.Your narrative should include the following:first-person narration (“I”)appropriate verb tensesa central point of focus and consistent point of viewchronological order and purposeful organization with appropriate transitionsplot and sensory details (smell, sight, taste, touch, sound)use dialogueFormatting Requirements:3 pages, typed and double-spacedMLA format, including an original title.