Make a few questions. The answers will become the basis for a story about yourself. Most common questions: "Who am I, where am I, what is my family that I love (hobby, passion) why I learn English?" Even at this level, it should be clear whether the text is formal, a dry compendium of facts, or it's almost fiction. Student to decide what is better: "My name is Vasya. I am a student" or "I always wanted to become a psychiatrist but my dog bark sometimes makes them nervous" (I always wanted(a) to become a dog therapist, but my barking irritates them).
Complete ready scheme. After the outline is built, the text can be filled with details. For example, about appearance, about the habits. Two or three sentences "glue" in each paragraph with a short answer to the question. For example, in the section "why I teach English language, you can add a couple of sentences about the motives of friends, about what adults say about how important English is today. Thus, not even speaking of myself personally, the man paints himself as a modern personality, focus on success and listening to the opinions of others.
Look at yourself through the eyes of others. This unit can write when written in the main text. It is possible to mention about your style of relationship with other people (a lot of different friends; friends are few, but they are real and so on). And there to specify what they think and say about the author of this story friends. The transition to this unit must be logical and simple, ideally to fit in one sentence. For example, "in preparation for this exercise, I asked friends what they think about me..." Or: "they Say that friends are a reflection of the man himself. My friends..." If the text format allows, we can also incorporate the opinion of the parents or the person whose point of view the author of the text is particularly important. To apply themselves through the description of their environment - known technique.