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Introduction to Creative Writing – One Semester


Introduction to Creative Writing

One Semester

Meeting: Thursday’s, 2:00-3:00 p.m. CST  

Second and fourth week of each month throughout the semester.

Facilitated by Dana Hanley

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Introduction to Creative Writing is designed to improve writing skills and style. This online class will be a fun environment for homeschoolers to interact online with others guided by a teacher. Beginning writers can look forward to writing prompts, information on contests and writing opportunities, writing challenges, weekly skill-building, group readings, and helpful and positive critiques!

Do you explore the world through writing? Do you have worlds inside your mind waiting to find their way onto paper? Are you interested in NaNoWriMo — or wish it could last all year? If so, join us for Introduction to Creative Writing to improve your writing and explore your own style in an engaging atmosphere where you can challenge yourself and share the results.

Skill-building May Include:

  • Creating a Sense of Place
  • Bringing Characters to Life
  • Playing With Genre
  • Tropes
  • Dialog that Works
  • Playing with Poetry
  • Providing Constructive Feedback
  • Topics You suggest!

Students will meet twice per month on the second and fourth Fridays throughout the semester.

Materials & Curriculum

  • TBA

This class is a perfect tie-in to other English courses, for those considering a career in Writing or for those who need an extra credit in English. Creative Writing is available for grades 9th and up and is a perfect tie-in for a Speech and Rhetoric or Civics course.

If you have a more accomplished writer who wants to work on more individualized projects or a student that wants to make writing their career, you may prefer the Who Dun It for Advanced Creative Writing and an opportunity to write a novel in a year.

Purchase a three or six class Bundle for greater savings!

Note: this is a high school level course but beginning writers in grades 6 and up may be enrolled if they are motivated.