**** poetry analysis...English Curriculum I Student Guidelines for Poetry Analysis I Melbourne High School

**** poetry analysis...English Curriculum I Student Guidelines for Poetry Analysis I Melbourne High School

8 Things You Need To Know About Character Arcs | MOON IN GEMINI

8 Things You Need To Know About Character Arcs

This guest post is by Elise Abram. Elise is an English and Computer Studies teacher by day, wife and mother by night, and author whenever she can steal some ti

Why Character Names Are the Secret Ingredient to Your Story

This guest post is by Elise Abram. Elise is an English and Computer Studies teacher by day, wife and mother by night, and author whenever she can steal some ti

16 Observations About Real Dialogue - This is really good information.  It makes a lot of sense on how to write dialogue.

16 Observations About Real Dialogue

16 Observations About Real Dialogue - This is really good information. It makes a lot of sense on how to write dialogue.

How To Write Great Dialogue  -- 1. Dialogue should move a plot forward. ‘Let’s go.’ is better than ‘Peter said that they should go.’ 2. Dialogue should reveal character. Every word your character uses shows the sort of person he or she is. 3. Dialogue should provide information. Treat this one with care. There is a fine line between revealing important facts and boring the reader with details. Do not allow your characters to ‘tell’ in dialogue. Rather use a short summary.

How To Write Great Dialogue -- 1. Dialogue should move a plot forward. ‘Let’s go.’ is better than ‘Peter said that they should go.’ 2. Dialogue should reveal character. Every word your character uses shows the sort of person he or she is. 3. Dialogue should provide information. Treat this one with care. There is a fine line between revealing important facts and boring the reader with details. Do not allow your characters to ‘tell’ in dialogue. Rather use a short summary.

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