Narrative writing: Creating movement in our writing
In this lesson, we will start with a quick quiz. We'll then be continuing with our narrative writing response, looking in particular at how to make design choices that will give texture to our writing and create a sense of movement in our work. We'll be using an extract from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein as a model as well as returning to our set text, Samphire by Patrick O'Brian. A learning recap quiz will then be available to consolidate today’s learning content.
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Lesson summary: Narrative writing: Creating movement in our writing
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