Option A: Choose a time when you did something that took a lot of nerve, a time when you didn’t follow the crowd or a time when you stood up for your beliefs. Think about the details of the event and write a two to five page story for your classmates that tells about what happened. Your narrative should show your readers why you decided to make a stand or try something that took nerve, give specifics on the events, and share how you felt after the event. Who was involved? What was said? What was the significance of this story and what did you gain or learn from the experience?Option B: We all have memories connected to our experiences. Think about an experience you feel you’ll always remember. Try to picture the time, the place, and the people involved. Try to remember everything you can about this experience. In two to five pages, write your story about the experience as you remember it. Be sure to include enough details so that your reader can share your experience. Show why this memory stands out for you.