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Creative Writing Workshop for Kids
In this 4-part workshop, students will learn the major elements of fiction, and narrator point of view, to create their very own fall or winter themed fictional short story.
Mark Snyder Jr MEd, EdS
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Completed by 54 learners
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learners per class
$20 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 4 weeks
60 minutes per class
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Get $10 off my class "Creative Writing Workshop for Kids" with coupon code SNYDERSUMMER10 until Jul 31, 2023. In this 4-part workshop, students will learn new elements of fiction, each week, and create a fictional short story based on these elements. Students will use the general themes of Fall and/or Winter in their stories, in some way, to create a class collection with a related idea. All other themes used in the course will be student choice. Course Calendar: Week 1 - Elements:...
Students will learn the basic elements of fiction while creating ideas and content to fit these elements. Students will learn the importance of creating dynamic characters, a plot line with rising and falling action and resolution (or intentional lack thereof) as well as proper details that will make themes obvious and relatable to readers.
Students will be expected to continue to write their short stories outside of our class time and bring this writing to class for review, reflection and revision. Prewriting and planning will take place in class together.
Writing instrument and a notebook for brainstorming and development of stories.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
The final product of our class, will be a complete short story created entirely by the student. Informal assessment of that story will include encouraging teacher feedback about their individual stories related to the Fall and/or Winter seasons.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Mark Snyder Jr MEd, EdS
English Composition, Creative Writing and Literature Teacher
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
82 total reviews
115 completed classes
Hello Everyone! I have been teaching Reading, Writing and Literature courses since 2006 to all levels of students. I have a passion for teaching the foundations of academic writing, creative writing, literature discussion, as well as making...