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24SUM HOL 11+Creative Writing 4-Rowland

Phase 2. 1-to-3.

  • Starts 22 Jul
  • 580 British pounds

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Service Description

Phase 2: It is a 1-to-3 course. NARRATIVE WRITING The main focus of this course is learning how to write fluently and effectively in English with varied sentence structure, ambitious vocabulary and a variety of figurative language. We also factor in past papers from a variety of well-known independent schools to prepare the students for the range of exams that they may take. 1 Introduction: Descriptive Writing Crash Course Parts of Speech: Writing with Nouns, Adjectives, Verbs, and Adverbs all in the SAME SENTENCE. Followed by the 5 Senses: Writing with Sight, Sound, Smell, Touch, and Taste... 2 Narrative Sequence: Continue the Story We consider a common 11+ style question: Continue the Story. Students learn how to MIMIC the voice or style of other writers, borrowing ideas, images and language. 3 Narrative Sequence: 5-Point Story Structure & One Word Story See PDF: This lesson teaches students how to come up with a range of possible ideas for a One-Word Prompt. 4 Perspective: 1st Person, 3rd Person This lesson uses some different writing games and challenges to give students the confidence they need to tackle both of these perspectives! 5 Genre: Horror & Detective Stories In the first of two classes about GENRE, we think about what GENRE is, what it means, and how we can change the type of writing we are doing by thinking carefully about WORD CHOICE, SETTING, and CONVENTION. 6 Genre: Fantasy & Science Fiction We continue our work on GENRE to encompass the World Building of Fantasy & Science Fiction. This lesson is as much about DESIGNING A WORLD as it is about 7 Persuasive Writing: Writing Speeches Students learn several Essential Techniques of Persuasive Writing, including the 5 Point Plan structure and the importance of Topic Sentences alongside Rhetorical Questions, the Rule of 3, Emotive Language, and Direct Address. 8 Persuasive Writing: Writing Letters Students learn about the correct way to format and structure a letter, as well as some other Essential Rhetorical Techniques, including Formal Language, Expanding Our Points, Supporting Information, Facts & Statistics, and For & Against. 9 Writing Poetry: "I Am" Riddles, Haikus, Lymericks We consider 3 short forms of poetry that enable us to think carefully about word choice, perspective, rhythm and rhyme! 10 Writing Poetry: Poetry & Nature We read several famous examples of poetry about the natural world as inspiration for our own poems in praise of the environment!


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