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Creative Writing: How to Build a Character (Multi-Day Class)
The Elements of Creative Writing Camp
Welcome Writers! In this 5-day class, writers will learn about, discuss, and practice using the five main elements in creative writing. Each session also includes a writing exercise to demonstrate understanding.
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year old learners
US Grade Level
learners per class
$13 per class
Meets 5x per week
Over 1 week
50 minutes per class
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There are many elements or components that come together to create a story. Understanding the significance and role of each element is crucial in creating work that is finished, layered, and readable. In this multi-day class, students will learn and talk about the five main elements, including their function and impact on our writing. Each class will begin with a lecture supported by slides and examples. Topics for each class include: Day 1: Setting Day 2: Character Day...
I have extensive experience working with children, adolescents, and young adults within the educational and mental health systems. While in graduate school, I was a part-time college instructor which ignited my passion for teaching. I then became a mental health therapist, working in residential facilities as well as in the community. For the past six years, I have taught students online, which has been rewarding and challenging in ways that continue to inspire me. Along with being a teacher, I am also a writer. I have had two short stories published, and I continue to regularly submit material. For three years, I had a blog that included my short stories, reviews, and opinions on various issues. Other examples of my writing experience consist of curriculums for an independent living program, program descriptions, numerous website articles, as well as online advertisements. I enjoy sharing my passion for writing with students and hearing about what inspires them. I strive to provide a supportive atmosphere for my students, allowing them to harness and express their creativity in ways unique to them. Throughout my educational and professional careers, I have implemented various tools in my own life to create and maintain a system of learning, organization, and balance. After successes and failures alike, I now believe the knowledge of "how to learn" is a skill that serves us well after we graduate from school. I enjoy sharing these valuable skills with students who may discover a new way to be productive, feel confident as they plan for their future, and apply them to different parts of their lives for the rest of their lives.
Students need to bring writing materials to each class.
4 hours 10 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.