Students in the upper elementary grades should have a very firm grasp of how to write a narrative by now. Some tips for students to focus on during these grades are sentence structure and integrating evidence into their narratives. They need to learn how to back up what they are trying to say with facts and/or evidence. Students in the upper grades are now able to write from another point of view. This is a great time to challenge students to write a narrative biography from another perspective. Then, students can discuss what (and if) the differences are between the two.
We, however, have to warn you from trying to use any of these samples as your own writing and trying to submit them to your teachers, professors or tutors as the product of your creative effort . Without talking about the ethical aspect of the question, we just mention that even school teachers nowadays use plagiarism-checking software that would unveil your trick in a second, leave alone universities or colleges. In high school you may get off with a poor mark, but in later periods of your academic studies resorting to plagiarism may result in expulsion and other highly unpleasant problems.