For this assignment you will write a 3- to 4-page narrative essay about an event in your life where the main action takes place in one day or less. Read “The Dare.” It provides a good example about a day that has transcendent qualities. You do not need to answer the questions that follow the essay, but you are free to consider them.The essay will be engaging for readers and will, at the same time, help them understand the significance of the event. Tell your story dramatically and vividly.Keep in mind that your topic should be appropriate for sharing with classmates since we will workshop this paper in small groups.Prompts for your narrative essay:A childhood event. Think of an experience when you learned something for the first time, or when you realized how important someone was for you.Achieving a goal. Think about a particularly meaningful achievement in your life. This could be something as seemingly minor as achieving a good grade on a difficult assignment, or this could be something with more long-lasting effects, like getting the job you desired or getting into the best school to which you applied.A failure. Think about a time when you did not perform as well as you had wanted. Focusing on an experience like this can result in rewarding reflections about the positive emerging from the negative.A good or bad deed. Think about a time when you did or did not stand up for yourself or someone else in the face of adversity or challenge.A change in your life. Think about a time when something significant changed in your life. This could be anything from a move across town to a major change in a relationship to the birth or death of a loved one.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.Type and double-space in MLA format. At the top left of page one, put your name, instructor’s name, course name, and date all on separate lines, double-spaced. Remember to give your paper a title, centered above the essay. (This MLA format is described in the handout you received the first day of class.) It is your responsibility to provide the papers on time. Be sure you test drive the equipment at home or in the computer labs on campus.Bring four copies of your typed draft to our next class for a workshop. The final version is due in two weeks along with your invention work, the original draft, and the workshop comment sheets.