My teens spend three of their four years learning to write non-fiction: essays, research papers, literary analysis, book reviews, blog posts, business letters, letters of recommendation, and more essays. But, that leaves out a whole form of writing that is creative in nature: telling a story.
We All Love a Story!
A Bold Step!
Julianna used Konos too. Her story was completely different from Katie Beth’s.
What a blessing!
This came with lessons on Dvd, as well as a teacher’s guide, student journal, and a sample adventure novel, The Prisoner of Zenda. This program focused on adventure which Rosie loved. The lessons were helpful, clear, and easy to apply to the novel that began to come together.
I figured that we would count that year as our Fiction Writing Year in high school. But, then Rose and I came up with a plan.