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Brainstorming The Fictional Narrative

Posted on April 22, 2013 at 7:45 PM
Hello, writers and teachers,

Happy Earth Day! And congratulations on successfully completing all state and district assessments! :)

We have six weeks left of school, and we need to make them count. We will be focusing on the fictional narrative (fun!).

This week your task will be simple: Come up with an idea for a story. Here are a few tips:

1- Base your story on a personal anecdote, modifying it to make it more interesting (make sure to change names, etc.).

2- Chose a manageable premise (an incident). Remember that you will be writing a short story, not a novel.

3- Choose something you would enjoy reading.

4- Gather images to help you imagine the setting, the characters, and the action.

5- Imagine that your story will be made into a movie. 

Most importantly -- have fun!!!

Happy writing!

Write Cook

P.S. Eat chocolate; it's good for you!



Categories: The Narrative, The Writing Process

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