my six weeks project

By: Kyle Ransom

What I have learned.

This six weeks I have learned:

Brainstorming-Graphic organizers:

Graphic organizers are things that help you get ideas for a story.

Revising/editing techniques:

Rainbow editing: helps find out if you've used to many commas or periods etc. In a sentence or if you need more in a sentence.

Influence of setting and plots:

Sensory language: words that help the reader to picture in their mind what is happening in the story. The five senses feel,taste,hear,smell,and see.

Point of view:

1st and 3rd person:

how someone looks or sees something

1st person is when the narrator uses pronouns like I and me to describe things.

3rd person is when the narrator doesn't use pronouns like I and me but they use the names of the character like kyle and they.

Types of narratives:

Science fiction: A form of fiction that draws imaginatively on scientific knowledge and speculation in its plot, setting, theme, etc.

Mystery: A novel, short story, play, or film whose plot involves a crime or other other event that remains puzzlingly unsettled until the very end.

Fantasy: Fake or in your imagination.

Time travel: Stories that travel back or forwards in time.