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WriteSparks! is software that generates over 500,000 writing prompts for writers and creatives to help them break out of a block, get their muses going and start writing. by Shery Ma Belle Arrieta-Russ WriteSparks!™ is every writer's newest best friend! If you need some creative sparks to start or end your day, WriteSparks!™ is the perfect software for the writer in you! WriteSparks!™ is not an e-book. It is not a writing course either. WriteSparks!™ is a writer's software you can run from your computer whenever you need to... jumpstart your writing, break out of a block, get rid of boredom, write away your frustrations, write for the sheer joy of writing.
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Teaching Narrative: Write On, Grades 3-5. Providing information to help develop students' sense of narrative and to show them specific test-taking strategies, this publication is helpful to teachers as they ready their students for the North Carolina Fourth Grade Writing Assessment. The publication provides materials on generating ideas for writing, selecting topics, revising, developing children's concept of story, as well as test-taking strategies and information about test scoring. The first part of the publication discusses effective writing instruction and the writing process. The second part discusses narratives and concept of story. The third part addresses preparation for the North Carolina Writing Assessment. A 192-item list of authors and titles of children's books (arranged by topic) and a 39-item professional bibliography on writing are attached.
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Write On: Teaching Written Communication. Designed primarily for the use of language arts teachers in the secondary schools, this inservice resource booklet provides a consistent emphasis on developing and strengthening skills in functional and creative writing. Following an introduction, the booklet presents a brief guide for the inservice leader, and a self-corrective test for teachers on the components of writing and instruction. The major portion of the booklet is divided into two parts. The first part introduces functional writing and includes sentence and paragraph building, essay tests, and the research paper. The second part introduces creative writing and includes the short story, the novel and drama, biography, and poetry. Each of the components presented in these two sections contains a discussion of its objective, the instructional concept, and suggested application with learners. A section of general review notes contains appropriate responses to the pretest found at the beginning of the booklet. The booklet concludes with appendixes on poetry, a bibliography, and a glossary.
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How to write a book in 30 days: Worksheets. Worksheet l: Character sketch - Worksheet 2A: General setting sketch - Worksheet 2B: Character setting sketch - Worksheet 3: Research list - Worksheet 4: Plot sketch - Worksheet 5: Summary outline - Worksheet 6: Miscellaneous scene notes - Worksheet 7: Closing scene notes - Worksheet 8: Interview questions - Worksheet 9: Dialogue sheet - Worksheet l0: Fact sheet - Worksheet ll: Background timeline - Worksheet 12: Miscellaneous timeline - Worksheet 13: Story evolution - Worksheet 14: Formatted outline capsule - Worksheet 15: Day sheet. The worksheets for download are from "Writer's Digest Write Your Novel in 30 Days." Get a complete copy of the magazine @ http://amzn.to/2dURHnB or http://socialpolitan.org/fiction-writing-craft/blogs/entry/Write-Your-Novel-in-30-Days-NaNoWriMo
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Learning to Write by Robert Louis Stevenson, (1920). Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) was a novelist, poet, short-story writer, and essayist. In 1883, while bedridden with tuberculosis, he wrote what would become one of the best known and most beloved collections of children's poetry in the English language, A Child's Garden of Verses. Block City is taken from that collection. Stevenson is also the author of such classics as Treasure Island, Kidnapped, and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. http://amzn.to/18OAvKo
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How to Write Moving Picture Plays by William Lewis Gordon (1914). Guarantee, Letter from the Author, Notice to Photoplaywrights, Definitions of Technical Terms, Section 1. Introduction, 2. How ARE Moving Pictures Produced 3. What is a Photoplay? 4. Prices Paid for Plays, 5. Qualifications Necessary to Write Photoplays, 6. Kind of Plays to Write, 7. Kind of Plays to Avoid, 8. Censorship, 9. Dramatization, 10. Plagiarism, 11. The Plot and How to Obtain It, 12. Preparation of Manuscript, 13. Title of Play, 14. Synopsis, 15. Cast of Characters, 16. Scenario, 17. Leaders, OR Sub-titles, Section 18. Letters, Cuppings, Etc., 19. What Constitutes a Scene, 20. CoNTiNXHTY OF Scenes, 21. Stage Settings and Properties, 22. Entrance and Exit of Characters, 23. Climax, 24. Limitations of the Camera, 25. Length of Play, 26. Single Reels, Double Reels, Split rnReels, Etc., 27. Review, 28. How TO Mail Manuscript, 29. Where to Sell Plays, 30. Time Required for Company to Pass JUDGEMENT ON A PLAY, 31. Time Required to Write a Play, 32. Copyrights, 33. Integrity of Film Companies, 34. Perseverance, 35. Miscellaneous Notes, Sample Play, Illustrating Proper Technical Form
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How to Write a Photoplay by Herbert Case Hoagland (1912). How Photoplays are Produced. The Bare Idea. What Not to Do. Photoplays that Won't be Accepted. Hints. Model Scenario. Where to Sell
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The Writer: How to Write for a Living by Trentwell Mason White (1947). I First Considerations. II The Plan. III The Plot. IV Characterization and Other Problems. CREATING TTPES OF THE SHORT STORY. Introduction. I The Adventure Story. II The Love Story. III The Western Story. IV The Detective Story. CREATING JUVENILE FICTION. I The Juvenile Field as a Training Ground Clayton Holt Ernst. II On Writing for Children Elizabeth Coatsworth. III Building the Juvenile Serial. CREATING OTHER FICTION FORMS. I The Short Short Story. II The Novelette. III The Novel. CONSIDERING ASSOCIATED FICTION FORMS. I The Radio Script Katharine Seymour and J. T. W. Martin. II The Play Script, Alice Howard Spaulding. III If You Must Write for the Movies Doris F. Halman. REVISING, EDITING, PROOFREADING PROBLEMS. I Revising the Manuscript. II Editing the Manuscript, Edward Weeks. III Proof and Proofreading. SELLING: ATTITUDES AND ACTIVITIES. I Are Editors People? Kenneth Payson Kempton. II The Author's Second Trade Harford Powel, Jr. III Author—Agent—Publisher, Grace Morse. THE AUTHOR DISCUSSES HIS TRADE. I Literary Discipline, Alan Devoe. II Where Ignorance Is Bliss Frederick Orin Bartlett. III How I Write Sea Stories, James B. Connolly. IV Why You Can't Write Dog Stories Albert Payson Terhune. V Doing the Adventure Story Leonard H. Nason. VI Writing the Western Story Francis W. Hilton
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If You Don't Write Fiction by Charles Phelps Cushing (1920). Who doesn't write fiction," but who is ambitious to market magazine articles, this little book is affectionately dedicated. If it can save you some tribulations along the road that leads to acceptances, the author will feel that his labors have been well enough repaid. I. ABOUT NOSES AND JAWS. II. HOW TO PREPARE A MANUSCRIPT. III. HOW TO TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS. IV. FINDING A MARKET. V. A BEGINNER'S FIRST ADVENTURES. VI. IN NEW YORK'S FLEET STREET. VII. SOMETHING TO SELL. VIII. WHAT THE EDITOR WANTS. IX. AND IF YOU DO. X. FOREVER AT THE CROSSROADS
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How To Write Moving Picture Plays by Carl Charlton (1916). How to Write Photoplays: A Thoroughly Practical Guide to Photoplay Writing.

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