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Let's Write a Halloween Story One Time Class
In this class, students will work together to write an original spooky story in time for Halloween.
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Students will introduce themselves to each other and discuss their favorite things related to Halloween. Next, as a class we will discuss what elements spooky Halloween stories share and how we can incorporate this into our own story. We will be using Google Docs and no account is required because students will be provided a link to the doc through Zoom to work anonymously. When we move onto our story, we will figure out together how to start it and how to continue. When students get stuck,...
Students will learn to work with each other to create a story.
As an avid binge-watcher, I am very passionate about popular culture. While obtaining my degree, I studied English & Textual Studies and have practiced this after graduating through Outschool for the past 3 years. I primarily focus on pop culture and film analysis in my course listings, and also run clubs and creative writing courses all based around a superhero theme. Regarding my writing experience, I currently work as a comic features writer for Comic Book Resources with a growing portfolio. If interested, here is a link to some of my work: https://linktr.ee/coriportfolio
Learner progress is assessed through participation in writing
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be discussing spooky themes that may include ghosts, paranormal beings, and other things associated with Halloween. No account is required for Google Docs, a link will be provided
Cori ChapmanEnglish Teacher and Freelance Writer With Focus on Film and Pop Culture Analysis
112 total reviews
154 completed classes
As human beings, we are always consuming popular culture. Streaming services like Netflix, Disney+, and Hulu have taken over our televisions with entertaining original series. As an Outschool teacher and avid binge-watcher, I create courses using...