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Step 2 creating a setting (with a hint of conflict)

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  • 1. I love all the cool characters that I am seeing in the room!
    They are looking well-rounded…
  • 2. Let’s add the settings, but how?
  • 3. Write down 3-4 believablesettings your character might be in.
    You might want to consider the following to help you choose your settings:
    Their age
    What they do everyday
    Where they meet their friends
    What they do for fun
    Places where problems can happen
  • 4. Write your setting choices onto your character chart.
  • 5. Now…
    Think about each setting carefully
    Add in specific location
    Add in some detailed objects you may see there
    Add in the time of day and or specific time
    Add in the weather or environment
    Add in 4 brilliant adjectives you will use to describe each setting. What is the mood? Could conflict happen there?
    Circle the setting that you think is most interesting and may produce a conflict!
  • 6. What next?
    What will happen in your story?