6 Weeks Project

By; Melodie Vaughn

Sensory language

Sensory language is the use of details from the five senses to add color and depth to writing. It helps readers visualize the scene a writer is setting.


  • smell
  • sight
  • sound
  • taste
  • feel

Mood

Mood is the emotions that you (the reader) feel while you are reading. Some literature makes you feel sad, others joyful, still others, angry. The main purpose for some poems is to set a mood. Writers use many devices to create mood, including images, dialogue, setting, and plot.

Plot

A plot is not a story, nor does every story have a strong plot. Good writers know the importance of both plot and story.


  1. Ideas
  2. Sketch the "basics" of your story
  3. Fill in the details: Character and Conflict
  4. Planning the Plot
  5. Plan your scenes
  6. Write
  7. Revise

Character

Character development describes the change an individual undergoes through the course of a story as a result of the conflict or conflicts that person encounter.

Setting

    In works of narrative (especially fictional), the literary element setting includes the historical moment in time and geographic location in which a story takes place, and helps initiate the main backdrop and mood for a story.


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The Five W's

  • who
  • what
  • when
  • where
  • why
SONG!

So you can sing along.

Outline

    An outline allows a writer to categorize the main points, to organize the paragraphs into an order that makes sense, and to make sure that each paragraph/idea can be fully developed. Essentially, an outline helps prevent a writer from getting stuck when performing the actual writing of the essay.


Hook Statement

    That's the reason why essay hooks exist. An essay hook is the first one-two sentences of your essay, its introductory part, which serves to grab a reader's attention and let him decide whether he wants to continue reading this essay or not.


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THE END! :]]