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Fantasy Worldbuilding Story Writing Club
In this weekly worldbuilding class we generate background details for our fantasy world. We draw and write about one new exciting aspect that describes our imaginary world in more detail and exchange creative ideas with likeminded others
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Once per week
learners per class
How does an “Ongoing” course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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In this ongoing class we think in great detail about important aspects of an imagined world - some people call this "worldbuilding". The class is ideal for children who love creating fantasy worlds and already have some experience with creating fantasy ideas - it is NOT suitable for complete worldbuilding beginners**. This class will help your child consider interesting and consistent background information needed to write a believable and original fantasy story. The weekly tasks help get...
- learn to write on paper what you see in your mind - develop details that make an imagined world interesting and believable - learn how to name natural and man-made phenomena in your kingdom with consistency - improve your creative writing through practice and feedback
I am a qualified schoolteacher and teach English, German and French, fostering a curiosity about different cultures and ways of life. I have taken many school classes to explore historical sites around London, the city where I live and work, and ask students to consider how the past impacts modern life, and express their observations in writing. I am fascinated by royal myths and legends and spend many weekends exploring the city’s hidden corners and cultural landmarks and have invented several imagined worlds based on these artefacts. I am also a trained artist and visual storyteller and bring historic facts alive through highlighting cultural details and drawing students into discussions. I encourage students to sharpen their analytical skills when they imagine a fantasy version of history and to create a consistent cultural and economic model as a foundation for their imagined kingdoms.
Bring your notebook or blank paper, a pencil and eraser, your favourite pen and any other art supplies you like, such as colouring pencils or makers. ** There will often be a handout you can print and bring to class. It can be handy to fill in the sheet during class but if you do not have a printer don't worry! You can do the same work in your notebook or on blank paper.
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45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
London Historian, Art Maker and Storyteller
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
511 total reviews
289 completed classes
Develop your curiosity and imagination! Hello! My name is Teacher Jean and I live in London in the United Kingdom. I love this city and my classes are the perfect place to ask questions about past kings and queens, famous landmarks and British...