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  1. 1. STORY STARTS Next
  2. 2. STORY STARTS Next There are different ways to start a story: <ul><li>with a dialogue </li></ul><ul><li>with a description </li></ul><ul><li>with a problem </li></ul>
  3. 3. STORY STARTS Next Has this story been started with a dialogue, description or problem? “ A silver ball?” “ Yes, I just told you a HUGE silver ball” repeated Amy trying to convince her friend that she wasn’t having her on. “ In the park?” questioned Claire, thinking Amy had taken leave of her senses…. again. DIALOGUE CHECK
  4. 4. STORY STARTS Next Has this story been started with a dialogue, description or problem? DESCRIPTION CHECK The orb glistened in the sunlight – its metal plates reflecting a green glow from the trees. It began to move ever so slowly towards us, then stopped. Moved, then stopped.
  5. 5. STORY STARTS Next Has this story been started with a dialogue, description or problem? PROBLEM CHECK Jake was being followed. He didn’t know it but he was being watched, like a lion stalking its prey. The shadow began to creep ever so slowly, an almost indiscernible movement, but present none the less.
  6. 6. STORY STARTS <ul><li>Click on a picture and use three different ways to begin your story. </li></ul><ul><li>Has to start with dialogue </li></ul><ul><li>Has to start with description </li></ul><ul><li>Has to start with a problem </li></ul>END
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