Six weeks project!

By: Becka york

Brainstorming!

When brainstorming you are trying to figure out what your story is going to be about, what 5 senses are in the story, and different events that are going to happen during the story of yours! There are many way to brainstorm your ideas, one you could do a web, number two you could make a word cluster.
Brainstorming With Mind Maps in a Group

Revising and editing techniques!

Revising is when you make your writing better. And editing is when you check your writing!


COPS

Patrol your writing!

Capitalization check

Order and organization

Punctuation check

Spelling check

Revising and Editing

The importance of setting when creating a story!

Setting is the time and place where a scene occurs. It can help set the mood, influence the way characters behave, affect the dialog, foreshadow events, invoke an emotional response, reflect the society in which the characters live, and sometimes even plays a part in the story. It can also be a critical element in nonfiction as the setting provides the framework for what is being discussed.
Flocabulary - Five Things (Elements of a Short Story)

The importance of plot when creating a story!

I think the plot is, because without a plot there is no proper story or play. Without a plot, you don't have a story - you just have a bunch of words. Stage conventions can amplify the plot, enhance it and make it more evident, but without a plot the stage conventions are meaningless.

Point of view!

There is 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 3rd omnitient types of point of view. 1st is were the the author say I, me, and myself. 2nd is when the author says you, your, and you're. 3rd is when the author says she, he, they, and their. Lastly in 3rd omnitient they are saying more than one persons feelings!
Introduction to Reading Skills: Point of View

Plot development!

The structure or organization of events that make up a fictional story.
Plot Elements