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Novel teaching and novel study resources for any novel. This resource is filled with assignments, activities, organizers, and more. Teaching novels for secondary ELA students. Middle school novel study. High school novel study. Middle school English novel.

The Novel: a unit for any novel {secondary English}

Novel teaching and novel study resources for any novel. This resource is filled with assignments, activities, organizers, and more. Teaching novels for secondary ELA students. Middle school novel study. High school novel study. Middle school English novel.

FREE Teaching Resource   Editable Novel Brochure on Google Classroom that students can edit for any novel!

Understanding Fact Families

FREE Teaching Resource Editable Novel Brochure on Google Classroom that students can edit for any novel!

Somewhere between the synopsis and the treatment lies the plot outline, also known as a one page. Typically one-to-three pages in length, the plot outline is the bare bones of your story before it’s fleshed out with action description and dialogue.

Somewhere between the synopsis and the treatment lies the plot outline, also known as a one page. Typically one-to-three pages in length, the plot outline is the bare bones of your story before it’s fleshed out with action description and dialogue.

The Roots – Determining the structure of your novel: Novel Writing Prep-Series  -- Whether you are a planner or a pantser, you’re going to need a few key elements to make your novel successful.  Like it or not, every story has a structure.  It may take multiple drafts to find these elements, or it may take some careful planning up front. / Feb 14 '12

The Roots – Determining the structure of your novel: Novel Writing Prep-Series -- Whether you are a planner or a pantser, you’re going to need a few key elements to make your novel successful. Like it or not, every story has a structure. It may take multiple drafts to find these elements, or it may take some careful planning up front. / Feb 14 '12

50 High-Stakes Plot Ideas that you can make your own... for your thriller, mystery, scifi, fantasy, or YA novel! #writingtips #NaNoWriMo #how to write a novel

50 High-Stakes Plot Ideas that you can make your own... for your thriller, mystery, scifi, fantasy, or YA novel! #writingtips #NaNoWriMo #how to write a novel

i love the way my book is going and don't want to change to much. this makes me depressed for some reason.

EDITING YOUR FIRST DRAFT: HOW TO PREPARE YOURSELF

i love the way my book is going and don't want to change to much. this makes me depressed for some reason.

World Development: 17 Topics to Brainstorm Perhaps sci fi ideas to use.?

Why You Should Never Trust Spell Check

Many novelists dream of seeing their books adapted into films – or maybe  they don’t and only accept this proposition later on when the paycheck  appears. | novel adaptation | film adaptation | adapt your novel | novel screenplay adaptation | fiction to film | how to adapt your novel

How to Adapt Your Novel into a Screenplay

Many novelists dream of seeing their books adapted into films – or maybe they don’t and only accept this proposition later on when the paycheck appears. | novel adaptation | film adaptation | adapt your novel | novel screenplay adaptation | fiction to film | how to adapt your novel

Many novels follow a three act formula. Find out more about three act novels and how to use this common story structure.

Three Act Structure - Make your Novel Satisfying

Many novels follow a three act formula. Find out more about three act novels and how to use this common story structure.

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