Creative - week 3

Report
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Writing is an essential skill for all students.
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A representation of a language using
symbols and signs.
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It allows individuals to communicate their
thoughts and ideas non-verbally.
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It is required to excel in higher education.
Pen or Pencil
Water, Juice, Coffee, or Tea
Paper
Computer or laptop
News
Review
Creative
Essay
Creative writing is considered to be any writing,
fiction, poetry, or non-fiction, that goes outside the
bounds of normal professional, journalistic, and
academic forms of literature. Creative writing can be
in the form of a novel, short story, poetry, play, or
musical lyrics.
Creative writing lets us express ourselves and our
ideas, thoughts, emotions, and viewpoints in a way
no other writing can. It is about individual freedom.
This can be the most difficult form of writing, but also
the most rewarding and enlightening.
Types of Creative Writing
Short Story
Poem
Script
Song Lyrics
• A short piece of written
fiction, having few characters
with a minimal plot in a
setting of limited time and
space.
• a composition in which
words are arranged in a
rhythmic pattern for each
line of writing. Meaning is
symbolic rather than literal.
• The written text of a stage
play, screenplay, or
broadcast.
• the words of a song
What is your favorite story?
Why?
Story Elements
Where and When (Setting)
Who (Characters / People)
What / Why / How (Plot)
Writing Your Story
•Outline
•First Draft
•Peer Edit
•Second Draft
•Peer Edit
•Final Draft
•Typed Story
Story
WRITING PROMPTS
My Uncle is a
scientist. One
day, I was
searching
through my
Uncles house.
I found a
very strange
machine
with many
buttons,
knobs, dials,
and levers.
On one side, there was a
button that said ‘on’.
While digging in
the dirt, I found
an old dirty lamp.
I started to
wipe the dirt off,
when suddenly
a genie
appeared and
promised to
grant me three
wishes.
I was standing in front
of the caves entrance.
There were some signs
outside warning people
to keep out.
I wondered what could
be in there and I had a
flashlight.
Story
PICTURE PROMPTS
•Who
•What
•Where
•When
•Why
•How
•Who
•What
•Where
•When
•Why
•How
Story
DIALOGUE PROMPTS

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