Story Writing using Outline

Writing with Outline

Which are the most important points when writing a story? Allocate a suitable title and moral to the story. Practicing to outline a book before trying to write it is especially beneficial for beginners. This example uses the three-act concept: The final design will be reviewed on the basis of the sketch.

Writing stories with the help of an outline

Which are the most important points to write a story? Could you make the story Zee ZEE wrote even better? Shared with 3 persons. Congratulations, if not, go back and make changes until you find yourself feeling lucky.

Create your own design with a partner......Choose a theme.

Please reading the sketch of the story below Write the story with these sketches and your own thoughts in - 1194153

Please have a look at the sketch of the story below. Make the story with these contours and your own thoughts in about 150 words. Allocate an appropriate name and morale to the story. One of the slaves run away from his horrible lord who makes him work tirelessly. After walking for day, he arrives at a wood and rests under the cliffs.

He opens his horrified sight but cannot see the beast. Carefully he looks around and finds the Leo behind the cliff. When he looks into the lion's eye, he sees sorrow. Gradually he draws it out and the beast roars gratefully. Shortly afterwards, the slaves are captured by the men of his lord and locked up in a prison to be slain.

While the animal attacks the slaves, he raises his hand to defend himself, but remains in his footsteps. Slaves and masters are in shock, as are all bystanders. They ask themselves why the Leo did not slaughter the Slaves. However, the servant gets it, because this is the same animal he has been helping in the jungles.

Teacher calls the slaves and asks them about the story they tell. It softened the Lord's soul and he freed both the slaves and the lions. One of the slaves run away from his horrible lord who makes him work tirelessly. After walking for day, he arrives at a wood and rests under the cliffs.

He opens his horrified sight but cannot see the beast. Carefully he looks around and finds the Leo behind the cliff. When he looks into the lion's eye, he sees sorrow. Gradually he draws it out and the beast roars gratefully. Shortly afterwards, the slaves are captured by the men of his lord and locked up in a prison to be slain.

While the animal attacks the slaves, he raises his hand to defend himself, but remains in his footsteps. Slaves and masters are in shock, as are all bystanders. They ask themselves why the Leo did not slaughter the Slaves. However, the servant gets it, because this is the same animal he has been helping in the jungles.

Teacher calls the slaves and asks them about the story they tell. It softened the Lord's soul and freed both the slaves and the lions.

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