I love all the cool characters that I am seeing in the room!<br />They are looking well-rounded…<br />
Let’s add the settings, but how?<br />
Write down 3-4 believablesettings your character might be in.  <br />	You might want to consider the following to	help you...
Write your setting choices onto your character chart.<br />
Now…<br />Think about each setting carefully<br />Add in specific location<br />Add in some detailed objects you may see t...
What next?<br />What will happen in your story?<br />
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Step 2 creating a setting (with a hint of conflict)

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

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

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