Story Writing with HintsStories Writing with hints
Tips for your kid when writing a story for schoolwork
Describe what they think the story should be. think where and when the story must happen. if they need to describe the environment. what they think the main difficulty (or resolve the problem) is in the story.
tell about the most thrilling or dramatically high point of the story. when they have thought about the ending. who they think are the main protagonists in their story. describe the protagonists so that there is a clear image of the story. what the protagonists do and how they look. if the protagonists have certain customs or behaviors. if the protagonists are sympathetic. how the protagonists stand to each other.
Development Hints develops the words into whole clauses.
Development Hints develops the words into whole clauses and not just to fill in lines. Use the following instructions to create a legible paragraph and specify a matching track. One wealthy peasant - much countryside - livestock and servant - two children - happiness - After a few years younger boy unfortunate - asked for his part of the estate - did not take father's counsel - got his cut - sells them all - went to another nation - went into ways worse - soon all cash went away - impoverished - nobody helped him - understand his error.
He' had lots of country, livestock and slaves. He' lived a happier one. A few years later the younger boy became miserable. He' asked his dad for his cut of the estate. He was told by his dad not to ask for such a thing. He wouldn't take his father's counsel.
Then he got his cut and dumped it. There was a lot of people with him. And with that money he traveled to a faraway world. And then he realized his error and went back to his own land. He was taken in by his flock by his fathers and his brothers, who helped him forever.