Basic Prompt As you begin this essay writing process, reflect on your experiences and attitudes about reading as a child.Regardless of our backgrounds, our ideas of literacy often become deeply engrained as good orbad without much thought about how these views have come to be. As a result, many of ushave definitions of literacy–of reading and writing–that could benefit from a thoughtful andhonest close self-examination. Choose a Topic: Please draw from the following as you develop your essay focus for our children’s literature class:• Narrate an early memory about writing or reading that you recall vividly. Then explainwhy this event is significant to you now.• Describe someone who taught you to read or write and explain this person’ssignificance in your life.• Identify a book or other text and explain its significance for you in your reading andwriting.• Narrate an experience with a writing or reading task that you found (or still find)difficult or challenging.• Describe a memento and explain how it represents an important moment in yourreading/writing development. Then Create a Narrative: Use sound writing and story-telling skills to organize and articulateyour story. Make sure to stay focused on your one, main idea. Key Elements • Create a well told story. Bring your narrative to life by using concrete and vividdetails.• Develop your main idea. (make sure you only have one main idea)• Develop the significance or affect of your experience• Use strong, complete, varied sentences• Organize paragraphs in a logical way, using topic sentences• Demonstrate effective, engaging, and clear writing• State the main idea of your essay somewhere in your introduction, and then makecertain that every supporting paragraph relates to and supports that main idea• Use concrete, vivid descriptions and focus on a specific event• Consider using dialogue between the characters in your narrative, if you feelcomfortable • Proofread! NOTE: MY FIRST BOOK WAS LITTEL WOMEN BECOUSE MY FATHER ENCOURAGE ME TO READ WHEN I WAS LITTEL , AND I’M A GIRL.