Write about a how a law or circumstance that was beyond your control to change has impacted your life. It could be about a rule (not running in the house withscissorsor maybeyouwere speeding and got c

Write about a how a law or circumstance that was beyond your control to change has impacted your life. It could be about a rule (not running in the house withscissorsor maybeyouwere speeding and got caught). It could be about life circumstances like poverty, raised by single parent or grandparent, death, etc. The idea is to write how a law or societal/life circumstance that you had no control over or didn’t cause impacted your life.In this essay also explore if you could change the law orsocietal/life circumstance, what would you do.(No essays about relationship breakups or make-ups, please. In fact, no essays about romantic relationships, period.) Payparticular attentionto the characteristics of a memoir essay that was discussed in class. Word choice and grammar and mechanics will also betaken into accountwhen grading this essay. Write it in the first person, please. (Using I)In other words, tell me a story.Write the essay in MLA format whether it’s in Google Docs or Word. Recall not only the characteristics of this essay but the parts of an essay. Also, consider the essay rubric for this assignment Make sure you use this checklist to help youAlso the writing lab is here to help: Writing Lab Summer 1 2020What I don’t want to read: I don’t want to read the history of your life. If the event happened last year, don’t tell me what happened two years before. Remember this is about a moment in your life, not an entire life.Length:400-600 words, no more than 650 words.Due:Refer to thechecklistThings not to do in your memoir essay Don’t start with a date. Don’t say it happened on May 1st. That really doesn’t tell me anything,Butsaying something like – I was 15 when I found out the meaning of life – that’s a much better opening and it does give me a time element. Don’t explain the thing before you get to the story of the memoir. Just start it. For example, don’t say,Itwas an event that changed my family forever, We have always thought we were strong but we got stronger after it happened. — Nope. Just start. Don’t give me that at the beginning. Remember how the student papers inWhydid this makean Abegan. Theystarted right at the story. Don’t use the words very, a lot, and get. That’s sloppy writing. Use your words to be more accurate in what you’re trying to say. NO SEMICOLONS EVER. Nope. Never. We’re still learning how to write clear and declarative sentences. I’d rather us work on that first. Watch the details. Remember, you’re not giving me a huge story. You’re giving me enough details to tell me a story. Just like you did with your videos.Meanwhile, give me a great title. Don’t give me “Memoir Essay” as the title. Don’t turn in your first draft. Turn in your third draft. Work on the essay little by little. Don’t wait until Sunday night and then write the essay. Please don’t do that. Use the writing lab. Please, use the writing lab! They are fantastic and can help you get a great grade. If you haveyourpreviouspaper(most of you do), look at what I have marked on it. All papers have comments and have been marked. Don’t be late. Remember, D2L is not kind to procrastinators! Watch the clock and turn it in!