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Fantasy Fiction Creative Writing Camp: Other Stars, Other Worlds
Your land, your society. Do you want to write about people who are high tech or low tech? Aggressive or peaceful? Rich or poor? Have your character discover a powerful item--one that could lead to danger or discovery...#creative
Leeyanne Moore MFA
221 total reviews for this teacher
22 reviews for this class
Completed by 88 learners
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year old learners
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$15 per class
Meets 5x per week
Over 1 week
50 minutes per class
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What if there was a world with clashing rings? Or a dark moon few dare to visit? Pick a part of the world that’s all your own and people it with a made-up society. Do monsters roam your land? Space ships? Or is it a time portal to somewhere else? In every workshop class we start with imaginative brainstorming exercises. Students then write fiction or poetry for twenty-five minutes. Afterwards, anyone can volunteer to read her writing out loud. Everyone in the workshop will say what...
Students will be introduced to writing craft techniques such as: world building character descriptions action arcs collaborative team writing Skills used: focussing on a task for 20 minutes reading out loud listening giving constructive feedback and praise
This workshop is great for kids who can write easily, but need a creative challenge to fuel their writing. New characters, new creatures, new adventures--your child won't want to stop even after writing time is over. The collaborative world building element creates a bond between students they won't soon forget.
Students should have access to writing paper and pen for each workshop class. We want to put our inner critic away--it's too easy to erase words on the computer. Tip: have a folder on hand so you can put stories from the workshop together at the end of each day.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students are keenly aware of their peer's reactions to their work. They know when everyone is listening breathlessly. They know when everyone is excited about their writing. Positive reinforcement for strong writing from the group encourages students to write at a more challenging level.
4 hours 10 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Leeyanne Moore MFA
Fostering creative genius--one student at a time
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
221 total reviews
156 completed classes
Hello everybody! For over twenty-five years I've nurtured children, teens, and college students, giving them individual attention to ignite their creative spark. I believe in asking students to think for themselves. In return, I aim to provide...