A Closer Look at Craft
The scenes are arranged in logical order and work together.
Transitions make the writing flow and help the reader follow the story.
The reader can easily follow changes in the story.
Dialogue and action are used to piece ideas and main points together.
The ending pulls the story together.
Descriptions are clear and concise while painting a picture in a reader's mind.
Original language is used by the writer.
Sentence structure varies throughout the essay.
Sometimes, authors repeat sentences for impact on readers.
Spelling is checked over and carefully constructed.