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Post by Admin Kbatz on Feb 21, 2020 21:26:11 GMT -5
Kristin Battestella presents "Writing Fiction for Grades 4-6" in a Back to Basics Video Exercise. Revisit prompts and exercises as if we were ten years old to hone your points of view, dialogue, narrative, descriptions, protagonists, and more!
When I stumbled upon this set of classroom flash cards, I thought it might be bemusing to read some of the admittedly juvenile tips. However, upon reading the prompts on narrative, point of view, genre, and characterizations, I began to think a lot about some of the back to basics and keeping it simple inspirations these prompts can provide. Most importantly, they made me think about my writing, and I'd love to hear your thoughts, too!
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Emz: Thanks for coming Trin and Kbatz thanks for all your work on this. It really is an awesome thing and I enjyed reading the transcripts.
Feb 28, 2020 0:52:38 GMT -5
robbiec: A most interesting post. I really enjoyed the comments and discussion about Shakespeare whose stories I have always enjoyed. My favourite story is Romeo and Juliet [sorry about that].
Mar 1, 2020 12:34:35 GMT -5
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