David Malindine, BA(Hons), PCGE, MA(London), Adv.Dip.Ed.(Open) RSA Cert., has worked as a teacher in schools in London, UK for 20 years and now works as a Private Tutor, Educational Consultant and writer/publisher of educational books and material.
Following on from Book 1 in the 'Tutor Master' series this book builds on the techniques and skills needed to write good stories. The aim is to encourage young writers to value their own experiences as the basis for creative writing. It provides easy to use guidelines to achieve this. 20 new story plans are included to get the writers started.
A practical approach to story writing that provides young writers with guidelines to develop their creative writing skills. It gives basic advice in story writing techniques and encourages writers to value their own experiences as the basis for stories, then sets out 20 different accessible and easy to use story plans to get the writers started.