Creative Writing Essays

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  • Creative Writing Challenges

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    The challenges in teaching creative writing as a second language to middle school children Writing is one of the languages skills that is very important to be mastered in learning English as a foreign language. According to (Sokolik, 2003). Writing is a combination of process and production, process refers to the steps and ideas we go through to produce it and production is the final piece of the writing according to (Zhang & Chen, 1989). Writing is a comprehension skill that incorporates grammar

  • Creative Writer Writing

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    producers, or paperback publishers (“Creative Writer” 1). Authors or any other kind of writer sell their work through agents and many publishing houses will only work with writers through agents. Writers need to make sure that all of their manuscript detail are accurate, and that the style is consistent throughout the text. According to Occupational Guidance, “Good writers study the publishing markets carefully to determine how they should promote their work” (“Creative Writer” 1). There are also some

  • The Importance Of Creative Writing

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    -says Nigel Watts in his book Teach Yourself Writing a Novel about the block that many of us comes across while we try to come up with something creative. It is entirely different from simply conveying information and is more inclined to the expression of thoughts, feelings and emotions. Many people find writing help give a vent to their innermost feelings, which they are otherwise forced to keep bottled up within themselves. It can also be a way of creative expression as expressing creativity may be

  • Creative Writing: The Importance Of Inventive Writing

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    the nice marks however the habit of creative writing dies; examination will play an awfully important role if sure things are placed in the tests associated with thinking ability for writing creatively. The main target of the mentors ultimately would be towards the preparation of such exams and also the students would be getting the advantages.In this regard Harmer (2004) remarked that it 's the role of the teacher to arrange the students for inventive writing in examination as they need to play

  • Difference Between Content Writing And Creative Writing

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    Difference between Content Writing and Creative Writing Most people would think that all writing is the same and there is no difference between content writing and creative writing. I am Jaison, doing my final year English literature. Being a literature student, creative writing is my comfortable space. I did my internship in Opteamize cloud solutions as a Content writer. I struggled trying to deliver content for articles and blogs. After 5 continuous days of the workshop, I had a clear conception

  • Reflection Of Creative Writing: Writing A Short Story

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    For my creative piece, I have created a short story. I chose to utilise a short story because I wanted to appeal to our fast-paced lives and allow for readers to be able to satisfy their urge for literature in a short space of time. The main purpose of my text is to entertain the reader. Moreover, I wrote a fictional short story, to spur the imagination of the reader. I read a vast array of novels including The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien and Guardians of Ga’Hoole by Kathryn Lasky which were fictional

  • Creative Writing: Rainy Day

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    Past days such as water to go without a trace. The past days such as ice, were melted, like water, was evaporated. The past days like glass, were broken, like moonlight, were dispersed. The past days such as dust in the heart of the past vivid. Everyone has past, precious, happy, desperate, frightened, or lonely that can be remembered forever. Even if we has unpleasant days, we should not forget because that is part of your life. There was a little boy he told me his unforgettable past. “I saw the

  • Creative Writing: The Little Mermaid

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    The chilly September air, hits my face as I look to the approaching dock. We are arriving in Grafton, Illinois. I run my hands through my inky black hair, breathing in the smell of the polluted air, the river water, and what seems to be dead fish. But I don’t wrinkle my nose as many of the passengers do, I am a sailor and this is my life. As we dock, I help with the ropes, tying the knots as my father taught me. My scarred and calloused hand are swift and nimble. I look towards the busy city, people

  • Creative Writing: The Monster In The House

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    In my nights you are a monster and in my days you are the same. There are times I can 't tell the nightmare of my reality from the fiction of my nightmares. With aloof ease you crush every ounce of self-worth I have left, failing to disguise how delighted you are to deal your blows. How they are like candy to you, sweet and irresistible. The monster in the house whispers delightfully in your ear, and as you smile, the same one springs from behind the corner, scaring the life out of you. Assuming

  • Creative Writing: The Spongebob Apocalypse

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    The Spongebob Apocalypse One night I was in the school cleaning the cafiteria for tomorrow, and I heard a strange noise coming from the gym. So I decided to go in and see what it was, but when I got there I saw a strange figure in the middle of the gym that was standing there. It looked like a large square that had skinny legs and skinny arms. It was really dark so I couldn’t see much. I said to the figure “who are you and what are you doing here”. He said “I am Dave the janitor here”. I said