This project offers you an opportunity for
self-reflection and introspection. It is a way to connect your own life
experiences in places This assignment is designed to provide you with a way
to articulate your experiences of place.
An environmental autobiography is much like a
standard autobiography with one importan difference: The focus is on places
and how they have shaped who you are and how you view the world. Do not focus
exclusively on other people and events, but include a discussion of the places
themselves (what about the place made it meaningful?)
Begin with your childhood, perhaps with your
earliest or fondest memories of a place and describe the most influential of
them. Then, move through to the present, considering how more current places
have influenced you.
You do not need to include every single place
where you have ever lived or spent time. Just focus on those places that are
particularly significant to you and explain why they are significant:
– What is it about those places, and the
experiences you have had in them, that make them so important?
– What places would you want someone to know
about if they were to truly understand who you are?
5 page paper APA format
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