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How To Write A Story

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You already know how to tell a story. You do it every day! Every time you tell someone about something that happened to you or something you did, you tell the "story" of what happened. For example, if something funny happens at school, when you tell a friend about it, you've created a story.

The trick is to be able to Write it down.

You can Write a Story about anything you want. All you need to know are the basics -- the ingredients of your story. You can't bake a cake without ingredients, right?

The following lessons will take you, step-by-step, through the necessities of writing a story, offer you helpful hits and tips, and help you to get your creative juices flowing!

So, what are we waiting for? Here they are -- all the ingredients you need to Write a good story!



Everyone needs to know where they are going before they set out. Indeed, no one ever got anywhere without a good map! Story writing is the same way. But before you can even make your map, it is a good idea to understand what parts go into a good map.

What's wrong with this story:

They went to the store, but it was closed!
Nobody was on the street at all.
Laughing, they went home and had ice cream from the refrigerator.
The End

First off, this Story has no clear beginning, so it doesn't make much sense.
All stories need a beginning!

Secondly, it really doesn't have much of an ending either.
A clear conclusion is an important part of any tale!

So, why is this a Story if it is missing both a beginning and an end?
If you said because it tells about something, you're right!.

All good stories have a beginning, a middle and an end. Some stories even end up in the same place they started. For example, in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, the Story begins with Tom at home. During the course of the story, Tom travels all over the place and has all kinds of adventures, and ends up back at home.

So, before you begin to write, sit and think for a little while about the beginning, middle and end of your story. Ready to begin writing? Then grab a pencil and paper, or open up a new file on your computer, and let's get started!



Every Story starts with a main character. It can be an animal, a person, or a thing. It can be anything you want, even someone or something that isn't real! If you want to illustrate your story, choose a main character you like to draw, and be sure to have lots of crayons or markers handy!

Who (or what) is your Story about?

Start by asking yourself some questions:

Who is your main character?
What does he, she or it like/dislike?
What is your character's personality?
What does your character look like?

When you start getting answers, it can be helpful to put them down on paper. The method through which one arranges their character's attributes is called a "character web".

To start, put your main character's name in a circle in the middle of a big peice of paper; then, by drawing lines out from that center circle, one can provide spaces for the different characteristics your "action hero" may have. It may also help for you to draw an actual picture of what your character looks like!

Visualization is the key!



Every Story happens somewhere, sometime. We call this location the "setting". The setting can have either a large or small impact on the entire story. For example, what would Batman be without Gotham, or Santa Clause without the North Pole? Just a Story about a guy in a cape running around some generic town, or a jolly man giving gifts with no base of operations! Indeed, the setting can make a Story very exciting, such as in The Time Machine by HG Wells. Finding the perfect setting for your Story is an important part of the process.

Where does your Story takes place?

Ask yourself these questions:

Where does the Story take place -- in space, in China, in your back yard, or someplace completely from your imagination?
When does the Story take place: in the past, the present or in the future?

Most settings have more than a little impact on the main character (such as Batman's Gotham, mentioned above). A good writer uses a setting which has helped to develop the character; and, then, helps to continue to develop that character in the future.

Ask yourself these questions:

Has the setting helped develop the main character's personality?
How does the setting impact your main character's problem?



When you give your main character a problem to solve, adversity to face, your Story comes alive. Be sure to make it a big enough problem. Choosing what color to paint your nails isn't much of a problem, but choosing the right color wire to clip to disarm a bomb is a very big problem. But, even painting your nails can be an interestng story... if the nail polish was purchased in a voodoo shop!

What is the challenge your character must face and overcome?

Ask yourself these questions:

What is your main character's problem?
Is the problem big enough so that it will take a whole Story to solve it?
Do other characters help create the problem?
Does the setting influence the problem?
What steps does your hero take to try and fail to solve the problem?

Conflict is an important part in most stories. Conflict happens when someone or something tries to stop your character (the hero of the story) from solving the problem. For example, your character needs to complete a science project, but keeps getting thrown off the track by a visiting cousin. To keep the Story interesting, the more times your hero tries and fails, the better.

Conflict does not have to be painful, however. Indeed, conflict can also be good: a mother shopping for the just the right color fabric, a student seaching for the right library book, or a teacher teaching history in perhaps not the right order! So have fun with your conflict, and remember that color comes in infinite shades!



A Story must have an ending. There is no rule that says the ending must be satisfying, however. In fact, many of the most famous books don't have satisfying endings! Nonetheless, an ending that leaves the reader filling fulfilled is often the best way to go.

How does the main character finally solve the problem?

Ask yourself these questions:

How does your main character finally solve the problem?
If possible, can they solve it using their own strength or wits?
Does the Story or character end up back where it started?

The best ending often ocurrs when the hero is about to give up but solves the problem at the last minute before disaster strikes. It doesn't have to be a big disaster, of course. It's the relief from the story's confict that makes it interesting.

In general, it's best if the story's hero solves the problem on his or her own. If you look back at your character web, you may be able to find particular attributes which can help your hero solve the problem. As a twist, one of your hero's major faults can sometimes turn out to be the strength that s the day (such as indecision or apprehension). Try various combinations of faults, strengths, and problems, and see what you can come up with! Every hero is a little different--how different is yours?



Good Story writing combines most of what we've talked about on the previous pages. Another important factor, however, is luck! Sometimes you'll come up with the most amazing Story ideas when you aren't even trying to write! Be sure to Write these ideas down and come back to them later!

Set your mind free. Have fun and be creative.

Be sure to Write your Story all the way through before you edit it. 't allow the editor in you to dampen the spirit of the artist in you. A rough draft is meant to be sloppy! Just get the general idea, the general causality, of the Story on paper first, then you can worry about grammar and handwriting!

Think about a Story you like. What makes it good? Can you identify the main character, the setting, the problem and the resolution?

Writing means rewriting. A first draft will never be your best effort. Write until you're satisfied with your story. Change and rewrite the Story to make it stronger.

Are you having fun? If so, that's great. If not, make it fun. You can always Write about things you know. That doesn't mean you should only Write about the things you see in your room or at school. If you want to Write a Story about something that happened on the moon, just read and learn about the moon!

Eventually, you'll find that Story writing can be a blast. Even the best Story writers in the world have had to spend a lot of time working at their craft; therefore, don't be easily discouraged! Like many things in life, writing takes PRACTICE!

الموضوع الأصلي: How To Write A Story | الناشر: فادي_أبو محمد | المصدر: الملتقى التربوي

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