Exercise in Observation
Write a short, one page letter to the members of your class. In the letter, mention some recent things you have done that have not been secret and that should actually identify you if people had been paying attention. Do NOT talk about obvious things such as class president or quarterback on the football team. You could mention comments you made during a class discussion, something you nearly always eat at lunch, a time of day when you generally go to your locker, or a person you dated casually. You might even identify your car or your method of getting home after school, your after-school job or a recent purchase you made in company with friends. Your chosen details should be daily activity things, not earth shattering events. Do not sign the letter.
After all the letters have been written, collect them together and...
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