By Ron Shaw

ISBN-10: 0203937201

ISBN-13: 9780203937204

ISBN-10: 0415447097

ISBN-13: 9780415447096

How frequently do you pay attention your students cry 'what am i able to write about?' 1001 really good Writing principles bargains lecturers unending rules and creative feedback, starting up new possibilities for inventive writing classes. With over a thousand diverse ‘story-starters’ throughout an unlimited variety of genres and narrative kinds, this flexible booklet offers nutrition for suggestion for scholars of quite a lot of a long time and skills. This hugely useful and richly illustrated photocopiable source Addresses the ‘blank brain’ drawback, delivering scholars a plethora of story-writing rules and proposals permits academics to encourage students who fight with inventive writing offers activates to set principles into movement, when leaving lots of scope for unique and artistic concept demanding situations scholars, encouraging them to take advantage of greater point pondering abilities bargains mix 'n match stimulus items that are used independently or prepare to provide students kind of aid as required Any instructor whose inventiveness is flagging, and whose students are working out of rules, will locate this a necessary school room source.

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Did it have special powers? – did it annoy anyone? – did everyone want one too? Explain what happened to this fanciful fashion item in the end. 32 Fabulous and Fanciful Fashions FABULOUS AND FANCIFUL FASHIONS 2 Write a story with one of these titles: The Hat that was much Too Big The Missing Purple Sock The Girl in Silver Overalls Georgia Gladbury’s Gloves The Man in the Pink and Green Suit Scary Seth and his Studded Motorcycle Jacket The Boy with Flying Shoes The Chameleon Suit (it changes colour wherever you go) Mrs Periwinkle’s Pink Pantaloons Jeremiah’s New Tie Additional challenges: • • • • Your story involves a main character and a neighbour.

As the tsunami races towards the mainland, millions flee to the hills and mountains. Then something miraculous happens. Decide what happens and then tell the whole story. Possible Scenarios: • A superhero saves the day. • Another earthquake sends shockwaves in the opposite direction, neutralising the tsunami. OR Fly like a Bird Your uncle Ned invented a ‘Birdy Backpack’. When you strap it on you can fly like a bird. It’s perfectly safe. Now, what will you do with it? Additional challenges: • • • • The Birdy Backpack has only one fault Uncle Ned didn’t tell you about.

Make mention of what you see along the way. Describe Saturn as your ship approaches it. Adventures in Space 21 CHARISMATIC CHARACTERS 1 Write an entertaining story based on one of the characters below. Gino the Genie Deidre the Desert Girl Betty the Bookworm Mighty Matilda, the World’s Strongest Girl Extremely Embarrassing Edwin Annoying Adam Invisible Ian Curious Chloe Additional challenges: • • • Devote the first paragraph to a description of your character. g. Betty’s friend might be Caroline Carter or Sylvia Smith).

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