*Making a story!
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Realistic Fiction- seems real, and having to do with people, animals, places or things.
You're going to make a Realistic Fiction story!
(The definition was there so you would know what Realistic Fiction meant and so it could help you make your story Realistic!)
What you're going to do...
#1 Think of ideas
#2 Write or type your story
#3 Check your mistakes
#4 Write your story over with your new corrections
#5 Draw Pictures (optional)
#6 Read your story to yourself
#7 Add a title and a few words about you
#8 Share your story
First off you need to plan what you're going to type, so start with this outline!
(You may want to include some specific information in your outline.)
(Please Complete below)
(The main people in the story.)
(The place and time where the story takes place.)
(The main trouble that the main Character(s) have to deal with.)
(Important events that will happen in your story.)
(The reason for your story)
(Smells, tastes, textures, sounds, and touch.)
Dialogue and action:
(The people talking and doing.)
Now you're ready to start!
A few words about you-
Make a picture to go along with your story
Now you're ready to check your spelling, punctuation,
misused words, and proof-reading your
Spelling= if you see a word that looks spelled wrong, look it up in the dictionary.
(exclamation mark) != showing emotion, or excitement.
(period) .= the end of a statement.
(Question mark) ?= going at the end of a question.
(quotation marks) "or" = are used when someone is saying something.
(comma) , = when you take a breath.
Misused words = read the story and see if your words make since, if they don't find the correct word by asking an adult, using your own knowledge, or looking in a book.
Proof-reading your story= read your story over, and check all the things listed above in your story. Then reread your story, with the corrections you've made.
You have done a great job with making a story!
Now, you're ready to print, and share your story with others.
This can help you make stories at school, and you would be ahead of the gang.
Also you can write stories anywhere else for fun, or for practice!
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