A Step-by-step Guide to Narrative Writing
This resource defines both fiction and nonfiction writing, instructing how to gather ideas and then chart those ideas using graphic organizers. By using bulleted points that reinforce common terms, and key concepts, students will learn about point of view; plot structure, and effective dialogue to tell their stories. Sentence structure, verb tense and agreement, and style are also discussed. Students will find the colorful graphics, exercises, and clear text useful as they build a firm foundation of writing skills.
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Writing the First Draft
Revising Your First Draft
Proofreading and Editing
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