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The creative writing exercises in each chapter teach students how to read a story as a writer and to evaluate the plot, characters, setting, and situation. Students decide what makes the story exciting or scary and consider how making ...
spoken dialog of a play, they focus on their characters' personalities. They imagine the tone of voice, inflections, and actions of their characters, without being bogged down with dry, descriptive paragraphs.
Begin by asking the class to suggest a main character — preferably not just a name, but also an occupation such as ... Characters President — 3- ^^^epherd- 13 Student 7 At this point the class needs to come up with a conflict for the ...
Students will have to solve the conflict, describe the places, create support characters, and wrap it all up for a satisfying ending. Older students can continue with a subplot by using the same process. This process may look like the ...
The characters in the poem include a balloon seller, two boys named Eddie and Bill, and two girls named Betty and Isbel. ... Each character needs a personality that will govern how he or she interacts with the others.
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2 Fairy Tales for Readers Theatre
3 Fairy Tale Plays
4 Fairy Tale Variations for Readers Theatre
5 Fairy Tale Variations for Plays
6 Modern Fairy Tale Plays
7 Story Joke Plays
8 Poetry Plays