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Play your way to the page! Society of Young Inklings’ unique methodology uses active improvisational games to inspire young writers in the creation of original stories. Over the course of this workshop, we will explore the essential elements of story: character, setting, plot, beginnings, endings, conflict, word choice and sensory description.
This class is designed to inspire and challenge young writers based on their unique needs and skill level. Group instruction during each session deepens students understanding of story development. During writing time, instructors circulate to individualize the learning process for each student. Each young writer receives a workbook and journal.
Writers will have an opportunity to share their masterpieces with family and friends on the last day of class.
Our Spring session is called Spilling Ink: Page Turning Plots and will have an emphasis on plot.
Spring 2017 Classes
Lexington Elementary School | Grades 1-5 | Wednesdays from 12:45-1:45, March 15-May 10. No Class April 5, 12 | To register for this class, please contact LGS Recreation directly at 408-354-8700 or at their website.
Tell stories with us.
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