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Creative Writing: Write Your Short Story or Novel (Level One)
Summer Offering 2022, Write Your Own Novel! Yes You Can! Forum 1 (Forum 1/2)
In this class, students write and edit their own novel! Students will learn about all the aspects of writing a unique piece of fiction, knowledge that they will use to create their own novel from start to finish. Great for beginners.
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Once per week
over 9 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Class Experience "Words are a lens to focus one's mind."- Ayn Rand Limited offering of two days and times for the fall semester. This course offers students an opportunity to open up to a new world of creative exploration, and experience a new way to express themselves. Students will write a full length novel, or novella, over a period of three months, providing them a learning opportunity that is unique, memorable, and leaves them with a great reward that they can call their own. The...
Students will learn all elements of a novel, which will allow them to create their own piece of fiction. In the process, they will also: -Expanded their vocabulary; -Gain an understanding of the mechanics of Reading and Writing; -Develop cognitive growth; -Develop the power to influence others through persuasion; -Self-confidence; -Artistic Expression; and -Goal Setting and Discipline. Lessons will provide the student with an understanding of the major elements of a novel, including: -Plot, -Setting, -Character Development, -Point of View, -Theme(s) -Symbolism, -Conflict, -Dialogue, ...and more!
Yes, there is homework. There will be some worksheets and, and, of course, a considerable amount of writing once we start our novels. Students will set your own daily and weekly goals for their writing, with the goal of completing their first draft in 30 days (yes, you really can produce your first draft in 30 days--editing comes later!). The initial work will be a rough draft, but that is why we edit!
National Novel Writing Month's Young Novelist Workbook - High School, available on Amazon for $10. Make sure you get the High School version. NOTE: It may take up to a week to receive the workbook. Please order right away!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
We will be keeping track of progress on each students novel with feedback being provided along the way. No letter grade is given, but Home Schoolers should contact me if special considerations are needed.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
There is an outside website that will be used in class. I will send the details to students when needed.
College Bound, College Ready
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88 total reviews
156 completed classes
Hi, and thank you for considering one of my classes. My name is Brin Lewis and I would like to help prepare your child for college in areas that are critical for your child's success beyond high school. It is to this end that I decided to become...