Advanced Creative Writing

  • Name:

    Advanced Creative Writing (CRWR301)

  • Department:

    Language Arts

  • Credits:

    0.5 (semester course)

  • Suggested Prerequisites:

    Creative Writing (CRWR201)

Advanced Creative Writing

Description:

This class is for grades 10-12 students who have successfully completed Creative Writing (CRWR201). Students will be challenged to compose multiple forms of writing including but not limited to verse and prose. Students will be expected to take writing to the publishable level. Planning, writing, and revising will be the focus.

FROM THE TEACHER

Hey! Does this sound like you?

You've been writing since you were seven years old, and you absolutely love it. You've written a ton of stories or poems or both, either just in your head or actually on paper. You can't not write. Life would end if you couldn't write anymore.

Does that sound familiar? Did I just describe you? Good! I have the course for you.

Ready for a challenge? Ready for more in-depth feedback and editing? Ready to write in new ways and improve your existing ideas? It's time to focus on the skills you need (characterization, description, dialogue, and action) to write quality stories with compelling characters.

Ready to excel? Join us for Advanced Creative Writing!

If there are books and materials for this course, they can be purchased from our Online Bookstore.

Student Feedback

I absolutely loved this course

I had so much fun with this and learned so much. My writing has greatly increased in quality.

Course was amazing! I loved taking, and I feel like my writing is better off because of it.

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