Remember: You have learned about people who experience changes, learn about their heritage, and begin to think differently. The Rite of Passage is essentially transforming from a younger innocent self to a new more experienced self. It is an experience that causes you to learn something about the world around you that you were once naïve to. Write about that experience that changed you or someone you know or knew with relation to the following prompts.Choose any one of the following:What event changed your understanding of yourself, or that of someone you know or knew?A Silver Lining: Often something that happens to us seems bad at the time, but appears later to have been a good thing, after all. Tell the story of a time an apparently negative event turned out for the best.A realization: Think about a time when you experienced a realization. This could be anything from understanding a complicated math equation to gaining a deeper understanding of a philosophical issue or life situation.Goal: Write a nonfiction narrative about an experience that showed the importance of rites of passage in connection to an event or heritage which changed your or their life through the research you conducted or texts and videos you read and viewed.Role: A studentAudience: College StudentsSituation: You are writing for a college magazine which is asking you to enlighten the readers about people who gave importance to their heritage or rites of passage and began to think and act differently.Product: Nonfiction NarrativeStandards and Criteria for Success: Attached criteria. Also, use the follow the guidelines provided below.