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Recorded MS
Writing | Creative Writing
Creative Writing for Middle School, Part Two (MS-CW2)

Get creative and write as you continue into the world of fiction and story for middle school students! Go deeper into what it takes to write books and stories, poetry, and screenwriting, and get a chance to write using what you’ve learned. It’s an addition to the 6/7 and 7/8 series of foundational academic English and writing courses that can surely help your student excel and bring out a love for writing!

Total classes: 8

Prerequisite: Creative Writing for Middle School, Part One or equivalent. Students may take the prerequisite through Unlimited Access or as a LIVE course.

Suggested grade level: 6th to 9th

Suggested credit: 2/3 semester English or Writing


Creative Writing for Middle School, Part Two, continues exploring three main types of creative writing – fiction, poetry, and screenwriting. Students will dive a bit deeper into each type of writing, building on what was learned in the Part One course and learning more advanced rules for each type of writing. Throughout the course, students will have an opportunity to continue their projects from the Part One Course if desired, or students are able to start all new ideas and create something new for each subject. This enjoyable course can give your student a chance to express themselves creatively in writing and can prepare students to continue studying creative writing in future courses. Students who complete this course may take the in-depth high school creative writing courses (11-Series fiction writing).


Fiction Class 1-4

Class One: Fiction Review
Class Two: Writing Great Heroes and Villains
Class Three: Showing Vs. Telling
Class Four: Planning a Story

Screenwriting Class 5-6

Class Five: Screenwriting Review
Class Six: Dialogue Writing

Poetry Class 7-8

Class Seven: Poetry Review
Class Eight: Fun with Meter, Rhyme, and Long-Form Poetry

Materials and Homework

Course Materials: Students need the ability to create .doc, .docx, or PDF documents for homework. Students can use Microsoft Word or Google Docs (which is free). All other materials are provided free by the instructor.

Homework: Homework consists of automated quizzes and creative writing assignments each week. Students should expect to spend one to three hours a week on homework depending on how difficult the student finds the creative writing assignments.

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