Final Draft Remebering an event

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Student 1
!
Student
Professor Mott
English 101
September 10, 2017
My Speech
I’ve never been good with writing and public speaking, and yet I got the opportunity to
give the valedictorian speech. During my high school years I’ve never had any confidence in my
writing. When it came to mathematics and the sciences, I knew I was top dog; but when it came
to English, I felt like I was the bottom of the food chain. On the days leading up to my
graduation, I asked my sister’s old teacher, whose major in college was English, to proofread my
speech the day of my graduation to see if any quick changes needed to be made. She thought my
speech was perfect for my valedictorian speech. The speech talked about a battle I was fighting
with parts of me during the past nine years. She thought it was a great note to finish off my high
school years with. When I arrived at the graduation ceremony, I was told my speech was too
“dark” and if I wanted to give it, I would have to read a censored version; at that moment, I was
faced with a decision that would force me to be my own person.
While I waited to go up, I was uncontrollably nervous, debating whether or not I should
present my uncensored version of the speech; and what presenting it meant for me. I probably
would have been more open to the censorship if it was reasonable rather than ridiculous. When I
skimmed over the edited version of my speech, the censorship was childish and dry. They
changed words like dark and dreary to not so sunny. I couldn’t ask anyone for a definite answer
on what I should do; it was one of the first times I didn’t have anyone’s guidance. I have always
Student 2
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been a person who has been afraid to make a decision for myself. Even the salutatorian couldn’t
give me an answer other than it’s my decision to make. I didn’t know what would happen if I
went against my school, and the fear of that thought didn’t help me. I had always been a by the
book child; if they said jump, I would ask how high. I haven’t seen the consequences for small
things, so imagining the consequences for something much more major was difficult and scary.
Even though I had time to think about what to do, I still was unsure of what I should do.
When I stood at the podium preparing to speak, I decided it was time to open up the parts
of my soul I locked away. I gave the audience one last look before I uttered my first words. I
knew when I started speaking the words I would say would cause an angry look to be on those
who I would disobey. I was even scared look at my family when they heard what I was going to
say. I spoke with fear, unable to look up and see the expressions of my teachers and friends. I
couldn’t force myself to look up because of the thought of the looks on the faces of the people I
cared about when they heard my speech. I feared they would cut me off midsentence, and I
would be disgraced in front of the whole school. When I walked down from the podium, I felt
like all eyes were judging me. I had never felt more ashamed in my life; the part of me I was
disgusted by was now out there. As I looked around, all I saw were faces that were in shock. The
time I spent on the podium was scary, but it helped me let out what I needed to let out.
When I walked away with diploma in hand, I prepared to see everyone who came to see
me graduate. When I went to talk to everyone who was there, they all said my speech was
excellent. Their feedback was a shock to me; I was expecting quite the contrary. I went up
against my school, but even my parents said I made the right decision. Most of the faculty loved
my speech, and the ones who warned me I would regret the speech didn’t come and
Student 3
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congratulate me. The teacher who proofread my speech beforehand congratulated me, as well as
most of my teachers. I saw the teachers that warned me congratulating the other graduates, but
they didn’t come in my general direction. I was shocked by the open arms I received from
everyone after I let out the part of me I thought people would shun me for. Something inside of
me lied to me saying that the ones who supported me would shun me for it. I was disgusted with
this side of me because it made me hate a lot of things, and yet I was praised for letting it out. In
the end, my fear was unjustified, and if I had listened to it, it would have hindered my step to
becoming my own person.
My graduation night was one of the hardest nights I had to face, not because I had
something physically challenging, but because I had done something that I hadn’t done before –
opened up. Every moment I had leading up to the podium was filled with stress and fear, but it’s
something I look back at and say I’m glad I did. I was told I would regret my decision if I gave
my speech, but my real regret was not being confident on the podium. Even after I got off the
podium, everyone made me feel like I made the right choice. After that night, I was able to
apply what I said and change myself because although I knew what I needed, hearing what I
needed showed me what I needed to do.
Last Name 1
Name
Lecturer
Institution
Date
Remembering and Event essay
Intro: James was my best friend in high school. He was a sociable and outgoing guy who
could connect with anyone. We had a great friendship and often helped each other to do our
homework.
Thesis: Unfortunately, during an outing, my best friend sustained an injury which
changed my life significantly.
Body Paragraph 1: While returning from a picnic on our bikes, we encountered a
speeding vehicle which hit my best friend’s bike and sent him flying to the ground. I called 911,
and an ambulance was dispatched to take him to the hospital. James was diagnosed to have
sustained fractures in his legs, broken ribs, and brain damage.
James and I had a great time at the park near our home where we ate our burgers, enjoyed
sightseeing, and raced with our bikes.
We stayed at the park longer than we expected. We noted it was getting dark and decided to go
back home.
James suggested we take a shortcut which to reduce the time we would take to reach our
home. His home was near mine. We hadn’t used the shortcut before, but we knew the directions.
Last Name 2
While cycling on the main road, a car in the opposite direction rapidly approached us. We
thought the driver would stop or swerve in another direction. However, the car hit James and
came to a stop after crashing into the guardrail.
I immediately called 911 and requested assistance to take him to hospital. Minutes later,
an ambulance arrived at the scene. James was found lying in a pool of his own blood. He was
taken to the hospital and placed in the intensive care unit.
Later, James slipped into a coma despite the medical attention he was receiving. Doctors
reported that his health was deteriorating.
Body Paragraph 2: My best friend would enter a vegetative state, and his fate would be
decided in the next few days by his parents after consultations with family members and the
doctors.
After Dennis was admitted, I frequently visited him in the hospital even though we
couldn’t talk. He could communicate with gestures and facial expressions.
Three days later, James’ mom called and informed me that my best friend’s health had
worsened and doctors had reported that he had entered a vegetative state. She told me that James
had been placed on life support, but the family had to decide whether to turn it off or not.
The next day, I went to the hospital and found James’ family including his grandparents
in his room. They had given up hope and had decided to pull off life support.
Body Paragraph 3: I was astonished that no one saw it fit to give James a chance to
fight for his life. I had an emotional breakdown as I struggled to come to terms with the passing
of my best friend.
Last Name 3
Having never experienced the death of a person close to me, I struggled to cope with the
death of my best friend.
I couldn’t believe that I wouldn’t attend school and cycle with James again.
Classmates and family were supportive and understanding. They gave me a shoulder to cry on
and helped me to handle the reality of the situation.
Conclusion: James’ death was an unforgettable event that shaped me in different ways.
His passing gave the strength to overcome downs in life and reconcile with the fact that death is
part of life.
Student 1
!
Student
Professor Mott
English 101
September 10, 2017
My Speech
I’ve never been good with writing and public speaking, and yet I got the opportunity to
give the valedictorian speech. During my high school years I’ve never had any confidence in my
writing. When it came to mathematics and the sciences, I knew I was top dog; but when it came
to English, I felt like I was the bottom of the food chain. On the days leading up to my
graduation, I asked my sister’s old teacher, whose major in college was English, to proofread my
speech the day of my graduation to see if any quick changes needed to be made. She thought my
speech was perfect for my valedictorian speech. The speech talked about a battle I was fighting
with parts of me during the past nine years. She thought it was a great note to finish off my high
school years with. When I arrived at the graduation ceremony, I was told my speech was too
“dark” and if I wanted to give it, I would have to read a censored version; at that moment, I was
faced with a decision that would force me to be my own person.
While I waited to go up, I was uncontrollably nervous, debating whether or not I should
present my uncensored version of the speech; and what presenting it meant for me. I probably
would have been more open to the censorship if it was reasonable rather than ridiculous. When I
skimmed over the edited version of my speech, the censorship was childish and dry. They
changed words like dark and dreary to not so sunny. I couldn’t ask anyone for a definite answer
on what I should do; it was one of the first times I didn’t have anyone’s guidance. I have always
Student 2
!
been a person who has been afraid to make a decision for myself. Even the salutatorian couldn’t
give me an answer other than it’s my decision to make. I didn’t know what would happen if I
went against my school, and the fear of that thought didn’t help me. I had always been a by the
book child; if they said jump, I would ask how high. I haven’t seen the consequences for small
things, so imagining the consequences for something much more major was difficult and scary.
Even though I had time to think about what to do, I still was unsure of what I should do.
When I stood at the podium preparing to speak, I decided it was time to open up the parts
of my soul I locked away. I gave the audience one last look before I uttered my first words. I
knew when I started speaking the words I would say would cause an angry look to be on those
who I would disobey. I was even scared look at my family when they heard what I was going to
say. I spoke with fear, unable to look up and see the expressions of my teachers and friends. I
couldn’t force myself to look up because of the thought of the looks on the faces of the people I
cared about when they heard my speech. I feared they would cut me off midsentence, and I
would be disgraced in front of the whole school. When I walked down from the podium, I felt
like all eyes were judging me. I had never felt more ashamed in my life; the part of me I was
disgusted by was now out there. As I looked around, all I saw were faces that were in shock. The
time I spent on the podium was scary, but it helped me let out what I needed to let out.
When I walked away with diploma in hand, I prepared to see everyone who came to see
me graduate. When I went to talk to everyone who was there, they all said my speech was
excellent. Their feedback was a shock to me; I was expecting quite the contrary. I went up
against my school, but even my parents said I made the right decision. Most of the faculty loved
my speech, and the ones who warned me I would regret the speech didn’t come and
Student 3
!
congratulate me. The teacher who proofread my speech beforehand congratulated me, as well as
most of my teachers. I saw the teachers that warned me congratulating the other graduates, but
they didn’t come in my general direction. I was shocked by the open arms I received from
everyone after I let out the part of me I thought people would shun me for. Something inside of
me lied to me saying that the ones who supported me would shun me for it. I was disgusted with
this side of me because it made me hate a lot of things, and yet I was praised for letting it out. In
the end, my fear was unjustified, and if I had listened to it, it would have hindered my step to
becoming my own person.
My graduation night was one of the hardest nights I had to face, not because I had
something physically challenging, but because I had done something that I hadn’t done before –
opened up. Every moment I had leading up to the podium was filled with stress and fear, but it’s
something I look back at and say I’m glad I did. I was told I would regret my decision if I gave
my speech, but my real regret was not being confident on the podium. Even after I got off the
podium, everyone made me feel like I made the right choice. After that night, I was able to
apply what I said and change myself because although I knew what I needed, hearing what I
needed showed me what I needed to do.

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