3rd six weeks project

by:kemberlym chavarria

the 5 w's

who:who did it ?

what:what happened ?

where:where did it take place ?

when: when did it take place ?

why: why did that happen ?

how : how did it happen ?

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brainstorming ideas (graphic organizer)

Brainstorming is a great technique to solve a problem, create new ideas, or gather information through discussion.

The concept of brainstorming has seemed to evolve with times. Previously, brainstorming was limited to a group discussion on a chalkboard and words written down in a semi-organized way.

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revising and editing techniques

It is useful to think of revising and editing as separate processes. There is overlap, but basically we take revision to be a continual process of writing and re-writing, and editing to focus more on stylistic and grammatical points once you have an acceptable draft.
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influence on plot developement

In order to find the meaning in writing, you should look for the theme. The theme is created through the structure. How the author organizes his or her work will affect how we interpret it. Because all elements relate to the structure, we should spend time studying the plot, how ideas are organized, how characters are introduced, what changes, and what is resolved in the story.

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plot and setting when creating stories

But setting is more than a mere backdrop for action; it is an interactive aspect of your fictional world that saturates the story with mood, meaning, and thematic connotations
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point of view

1.

a specified or stated manner of consideration or appraisal; standpoint:

from the point of view of a doctor.

2.

an opinion, attitude, or judgment:

He refuses to change his point of view in the matter.

3.

the position of the narrator in relation to the story, as indicated by thenarrator's outlook from which the events are depicted and by theattitude toward the characters.

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type of vocabulary a character uses

As the previous example demonstrates, academic register is characterised by formal words, or vocabulary, whereas more intimate registers tend to include a lot of informal words.
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