Autobiography: your record of your life
How to write an interesting story about you.
Your Life story
Term 2 will be all about writing your life story.
What will you write about? How will you say it? What do you need to know to be ready to write your story?
Read through some autobiography models to familiarise yourself on how the text looks, reads and flows.
Review verb tenses and pronouns to remind yourself of their forms and functions so you know which ones to use when as you write your story.
Download the sample autobiography analysis to prepare yourself for introductory lesson on autobiographies.
Start collecting pictures and momentos for your submission. Interview your mom and dad and ask them how your birth day all happened.
Enjoy viewing your life!
Even SOngwriters search for beautiful first lines for their songs
Here are some examples of songs that have great first lines:
"You never close your eyes anymore when I kiss your lips"
The Righteous Brothers, You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin
"It's been seven hours and fifteen days, since you took your love away"Sinead O'Connor, Nothing Compares
"I learned the truth at seventeen that love was meant for beauty queens"
Janis Ian, At Seventeen
"You're my peace of mind in this crazy world"
Joshua Kadison, Beautiful In My Eyes
"I found her diary underneath a tree and started reading about me"
Bread, The Diary
Writing Your Song's First Line by Espie Estrella
SHOWING vs Telling