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Autobiographical exercises
What is it: Unlike a biography, which is a true account of someone else's life, an autobiography is a focused account of a writer's life told from the writer's own point of view. Autobiographies [usually] fall into the nonfiction category. (definition from
Writing Selves
  • An example outlining a complete unit run at Victoria University, which explores and analyses a fascinating variety of autobiographical texts.
Example of an autobiographical section from a prior learning handbook
  • This resource is from NOVA Southeastern University, Florida. The example is from a prior learning handbook from a Environmental Studies unit.
  • Bio. is a site dedicated to capturing the most gripping, surprising and fascinating stories about famous people.
Example of a rubric for an autobiography task
Example rubric for a vocational autobiography
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