Using a frame story for the introduction and conclusion should be familiar to you from lots of movies.One good example of a story frame is UP. In this case, the movie opens with the frame of Carl looking at the scrapbook Ellie has made for him about their life and dreams, before flashing to the present story of Carl and Russell and their adventures. The movie returns to the frame at the end of the movie as Carl looks at the last page of the photobook Ellie has made for him. He learns that it was the journey of the relationship which was the real adventure.
Another kind of frame can be a flashback. In this technique, you start in the middle of the action (or after it is over) and then flashback to an earlier memory. The Notebook uses the story of a man spending time with his wife with Alzheimer's as the frame for his re-telling the story of their romance.
The advantage of using a frame is that it makes it easier for you to talk about the meaning of the story, especially if you use the present day to flashback to the past. Be sure the frame is not just random. There should be an event, object, conversation, or situation which causes you to flash back in memory.
My Autobiography - School Experiences Influencing Life Chances & Choices
School has impacted my life to a huge extent providing experiences to cope with the real-life problems, understand the basic requirements, develop and improve my skills, and motivated through different classroom activities. My teachers created certain situations in the classroom in which we performed different activities based on the themes provided by them. These activities had helped build my vision how to tackle different scenarios and how different alternatives can be created and best chosen in a given situation. I was provided with huge opportunities during my school life. We played different games to encourage creativity in us. I was tested through regular assignments that were also beneficial throughout my educational period. My teachers encouraged me to engage in creative activities, enjoy the experiences at school and, with their help; I developed a broader spectrum of activities. At school, I improved my communication skills, enhanced clarity and precision. The ideas given by me during studies were welcomed by the teachers and the school regularly took my feedback to assess the development of my skills and abilities. I can safely articulate that my school experience has broadened my vision, built my skills, and influenced my life chances and choices.
Experiences in Life Giving Message to be Cautious or Risk Taking
Risk aggravates and increases different types of responses for which a person should make a decision whether to take risk or be cautious. Life experiences have taught me to respond to a situation in different ways. In other words I have a set of alternatives offering me distinctive solutions to tackle a situation. I can ignore or take safety precautions by thinking different alternatives. I could minimize the risk by taking every possible precaution and weighing pros and cons of the action to be taken. I have the option to rely on other people's experience or on my own understanding. Experience has told me that although it is always tempting to take risk for getting huge rewards but the consequences attached to risk should also be predicted and assessed and only then calculated risk should be taken. Several day-to-day activities are risky in nature and should be dealt accordingly. The safety precautions should be taken as demanded by the situation. It is pertinent to mention that efforts should be made to minimize the risk as much as it is possible even in minor affairs during routine life. It means that activities involving considerably high level of risks should be avoided, but experience has also taught me that it is better to understand the benefits attached with risks and only then decision should be made.
Goals Set by my Parents and School a Place of Freedom or Fear
Accomplishments especially in education can be understood better based on the goals set for the children by parents and also level of parent's aspirations. These goals and aspirations are directly related to the academic activities of students and contribute heavily towards accomplishments during education and also in the future life. It is pertinent to mention that parent's ambitions and goal setting influences level of success in studies and their intellectual achievements. My parents determined and set goals for educational accomplishments to develop values and support my belief about my abilities and intelligence. School has always remained a place of freedom for me where I enjoyed different activities set by the teachers. These activities were designed to improve my skills, develop my vision, and prepare for the future life. I was always encouraged to enjoy freedom despite certain fears that I had. I was made to understand that risks are always there in the life, whether at school or outside world, but we have to be prepare to tackle them as rewards are attached to risks.
My Dreams when I was Younger
Dreams of a young person are dynamic in nature as they are continuously changing. Dreams at times are fragile in nature while they could also prove beneficial for any young person to achieve success in the future life. One of the biggest challenges in my life is to make a decision about career that follows after completing education. This, in fact, is a demanding situation in life as I have no idea of what it would be. In this regard, goals set by parents to accomplish along with necessary freedom at school supported me to a huge extent. School made me think positively, understand the nature of risk and developed belief that risks are attached with rewards.
It is pertinent to highlight that every young person is overwhelmed by different alternatives available based on the stories of future success or failure. My parents provided me a favorable environment supporting my dreams and their inspirations. I believe that parents and teachers are the people who form dreams for future to help a young person and develop confidence that he/she can fulfill dreams. However, excess of imagination is detrimental instead of beneficial. Every young person should feel that he/she is being valued and admired. The culture in which I grew had always emphasized results and accomplishments. I was taught that we should always affirm the fundamental value of a human-being as exclusively valuable. The sense of belonging developed especially by my parents has filled a feeling of safety, security, and comfort in me to accomplish the goals set by them.
In the paper I have strived to describe briefly my autobiography related to some special areas. These areas include the experience I had in my school life and how education has influenced my life chances and choices. I have narrated my experiences that gave me message to be cautious or take risk in a particular situation. At the end I have mentioned the goals set for me by my parents and also the dreams I used to have during young age.