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    • Fiction
      An Introduction to…
    • Quick Write: (WNB)
      Think of the best story you’ve ever heard.
      In writing, do your best to describe this story.
      Why did you like it so much?
      What did the writer do well?
    • What is fiction?
    • Your Words (WNB)
      How would you define fiction?
    • “Official” Definitions (Dictionary.com)
      imaginative narration, especially in prose form
      something feigned, invented, or imagined; a made-up story
      an imaginary thing or event, postulated for the purposes of argument or explanation
    • Qualities of Good Fiction
      On the next page of your notebook, please..
      Title it: A writer of good fiction has to…
      Then, brainstorm as many qualities of good fiction as you can by creating a bulleted list.
      I’ll ask everyone to share at least one in a moment.
    • More about Fiction
    • Types of Fiction
      Realistic Fiction
      Could actually happen in real life, but is not based on true events
      Non-realistic Fiction
      Could not actually happen in real life because they involve some sort of supernatural aspect or impossible technology or alter history in some way.
      Semi-fiction
      fiction implementing a great deal of non-fiction
      i.e. “based on a true story”
    • Forms of Fiction
    • Fiction is harder to write [than nonfiction] because it’s an act of invention, vs. description, but I think the satisfaction at the end is well worth the challenges.
    • Elements of Fiction