A Pirate's Guide t' th' Grammar of Story: A Creative Writing Curriculum by Yogger LeFossa

A Pirate's Guide t' th' Grammar of Story: A Creative Writing Curriculum

Book Title: A Pirate's Guide t' th' Grammar of Story: A Creative Writing Curriculum

Publisher: Wondertale

ISBN: 1945353007

Author: Yogger LeFossa


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Yogger LeFossa with A Pirate's Guide t' th' Grammar of Story: A Creative Writing Curriculum

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All-in-one creative writing curriculum for students 8 years and up.
In this independently used, consumable workbook, an interactive, fun-loving pirate story teaches students the basic elements of a story.
  • Credentials: Written by a story designer with over a decade of experience training creative story professionals.
  • Engaging: Not boring or dry but captivating--students want to do the work.
  • Educational: While fun, the material is not fluff. This is a serious curriculum that teaches the fundamental building blocks--the grammar--of a story. It builds creativity, improves imagination, and develops the storytelling skills that are of increasing value in today's world.
  • Progressive Exercises: The exercises are designed to lead a student, step-by-step, to an understanding of each topic. Students learn by doing.
  • Teacher Friendly: This simple to facilitate curriculum was designed for students to work through independently, at their own pace. The teacher's role is to oversee the process, to encourage and support, and most of all to listen to the creativity that comes out of their students.
  • Course of Study: Flexible. Can be used as a single semester or year long course. Most use this as a stand alone elective, for others it complements a non-fiction writing course. Satisfies several Common Core requirements.
  • Age: 11 and up can use this workbook independently. Age 8-11 may require additional parent or teacher support.
  • Results: The lessons and exercises will build your student's confidence to tell stories of their own.