High School Short Story Writing Advanced Guide to Myth-Fantasy, Acceptable for States that Reimburse

Advanced Guide to High School Short Story Writing, Myth-Fantasy, Acceptable for State Reimbursement

High School Short Story Writing Advanced Guide to Myth-Fantasy, Acceptable for State Reimbursement, Acceptable for State Reimbursement help teens master this popular type of fiction.

Powerful and meaningful communication happens when homeschooling high schoolers think creatively. As C.S. Lewis says, “Creativity is our soul’s organ of meaning.”

Release that powerful communication in your teen with 7Sisters high school short story writing curriculum.

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Homeschoolers can enjoy a powerful creative experience by writing a short story in the myth-fantasy format (the genre of The Chronicles of Narnia  by C.S. Lewis and The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien). By following the myth-fantasy “formula” familiar to the storytellers of ancient times and modern writers like Lewis, teens will sharpen their creative skills while thinking about friendships, different kinds of people, and ideas worth fighting for.

High School Short Story Writing Advanced Guide to Myth-Fantasy, Acceptable for State Reimbursement is:

A forty-four-page downloadable pdf e-text that ushers homeschoolers with a substantial short story experience through a delightful five-week process of high school short story writing that includes how-tos and a grading rubric:

  • Week 1: What is Myth-Fantasy?
  • Week 2: “Getting-Started Ingredients” of a Myth-Fantasy Story
  • Week 3: “Make-it-Happen Ingredients” of a Myth-Fantasy Story
  • Week 4: “Closing Ingredients” of a Myth-Fantasy Story
  • Week 5: Pulling the Myth-Fantasy Story Together

Click here to view an excerpt from Advanced Guide to Short Story Writing. Click here for a suggested syllabus for Myth-Fantasy Writing.

Give your homeschooling high schooler the creative tools he/she needs for more meaningful communication!

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