Evaluate the various “pump-priming” techniques detailed in Chapter 1 of the textbook.

There are three main purposes of this assignment:Evaluate the various “pump-priming” techniques detailed in Chapter 1 of the textbook.Employ two “pump-priming” techniques.Produce materials for the narrative essay in Writing Project 1.This assignment is an opportunity to focus your efforts on the first stage of writing: prewriting. For this assignment, you are to compose and submit the prewriting portion of the narrative essay required for Writing Project 1.StepsPick one of the topic maxims from Writing Project 1 (see below).A little learning is a dangerous thingThe more things change, the more they stay the sameDon’t judge a book by its coverThe road to hell is paved with good intentionsThe long way round is the short way homeA chain is only as strong as its weakest linkMore flies are caught with honey than vinegarLost time is never foundA clean conscience makes a soft pillowEvery slip is not a fall“Ifs” and “Buts” butter no breadYouth is wasted on the youngA fool and his money are soon partedExperience is the best teacherGood fences make good neighborsNecessity is the mother of inventionRevenge is a dish best served coldUtilize at least two of the “pump-priming” techniques described in Chapter 1 of your textbook. Be sure to demonstrate that you have fully explored the prewriting strategy you choose. For instance:If you have a conversation about the paper with a friend, describe that conversation in detailIf you choose to cluster, include four or five levels of boxes or cubesIf you freewrite, aim for 200+ wordsSubmit your prewriting.Be sure to clearly label your submission, including your last name and the assignment in the title (e.g., “Jones, Narrative Essay Prewriting”)Click the Submit Assignment button below to upload your assignment to TurnitinDue no later than Sunday at 11:59 p.m. ET