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For homework this weekend you will write a story with a group. Make sure to practice descriptive writing in your story.
Each character should have each of our characterizations and styles in order for us to be able to create a more realistic story.
We should use alliteration for our title in order to catch the reader's attention. For Example: Martha, Marcus, and Mariah's Mysterious Weekend.
Could we add this line to our story: "The tree branches danced on the windiest day of the week"?
Yes, that would be adding personification. It also sets a scene for the audience.
The story should be capricious to the point where the audience cannot predict the ending due to all the changes.
Yes! That would fit our mysterious story.
Do you think the audience would be able to notice the two meanings if we use double-entendre?
Let's write it and read out loud to see how it sounds.
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