Quote of the Day:
"There are many ways of going forward, but only one way of standing still."
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Word of the Day:
outlier - n.
1. an extreme deviation from the mean
2. a person who lives away from his place of work
STARTER - Class Activity & Discussion (SE)
You will not need your computers for this activity.
Quarter Conferences Today - I'll be calling you by name. Please bring your Conference sheet (these ought to have been printed, as I requested in class) and be prepared to discuss and collaborate. Additionally, if you have questions for me, now would be a good time to ask them.
Question: What is the Third Person Omniscient point of view in fiction?
IN CLASS WRITING ASSIGNMENT (DUE BY DAILY PRACTICE TIME) :
Write a story in the Third Person Omniscient point of view about a time that you conquered a fear and found self-efficacy. This ought to be at least a few paragraphs long, have a clear beginning, middle, and end, and also give the reader a sense of the thought process you went through to get from fear to courage (or at least engagement). As you write, consider what the reader needs to know in order to empathize with and care about you as a character. (Why would you need a reader's empathy and care in order to tell a story about a fear?)
This story might be about:
This ought to take the entirety of the time between breaking from our discussion and Daily Practice. If it hasn't taken that much time, ask yourself, "What could I add or do in order for this to be Beautiful Work?"
DAILY PRACTICE TIME