Creative Writing – 20 Hours

10,000.00

Batch Launching on 17th August 2020

  • Duration – 20 hours
  • Course Type – Weekday (Monday – Friday)
  • Schedules – 1 Hour per day (11 am to 12 noon)
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Learn to write engaging Fiction, Poetry, Drama, & Creative Non-Fiction and become the successful writer you want to be.

This is a fun and practical creative writing course designed to get you excited about creating your own works of fiction, poetry, drama, and creative non-fiction – the four genres of creative writing.

Writing techniques, literary devices, and specialized skills will be covered to help you discover, perfect, and share your own writer’s voice.

While review quizzes over major concepts are provided along the way, the true measure of progress will be in the authentic writing assignments that you will complete as you progress toward your goal of becoming a successful and confident writer!

The course covers the following:

  • Poetry Primer – Poetic Writing Styles and Projects
  • Creative Non-Fiction Writing – You Can’t Make This Stuff Up!
  • Fiction Writing – Writing Skills & Methods!
  • Beginning Playwriting – Write a Play and Get Produced!

1st Session: Introduction to Writing
  • Basic Grammar Tools
  • Techniques to Boost Vocabulary
  • Framing and Refining Sentences
  • Editing Techniques
  • Writing Paragraphs
  • Activities – 2
  • Practice Assignments – 2(Online and Offline)
2nd Session: The Art of Concise Writing
  • Techniques of Concise Writing
  • Activities – 2
  • Practice Assignments – 2(Online and Offline)
3rd Session: The Art of Poetry Writing – 1
  • Types of Poetry
  • Analysing a Poetry
  • Meaning and Tones
  • Introduction to Poetic Devices
  • Activities – 2
  • Practice Assignments – 2(Online and Offline)
4th Session: The Art of Poetry Writing – 2
  • Writing a Poem
  • Writing a Free Verse Poem
  • Creation of Vivid Imagery
  • Recognition and Utilisation of Poetic Devices
  • Activities – 2
  • Practice Assignments – 2(Online and Offline)
5th Session: The Art of Non-Fiction Writing – 1
  • Thinking like an Editor
  • Article, Project or Book?
  • Subject Titles and Subtitles
  • Researching your Subject
  • Reviewing your Competition
  • Structure and Organization
  • Activities – 2
  • Practice Assignments – 2(Online and Offline)
6th Session – The Art of Non-Fiction Writing – 2
  • Writers Write
  • Reaching the Finish Line
  • Rewriting and Rhythm
  • Fact Checking and Notation
  • Formatting
  • Activities – 2
  • Practice Assignments – 2(Online and Offline)
7th Session – The Art of Fiction Writing – 1
  • Identifying Personal Creativity
  • Written forms and Creative Flow
  • Studying an Essay
  • Stories and Fiction in General
  • Dramatic Forms
  • The Novel Novelist
  • Activities – 2
  • Practice Assignments – 2(Online and Offline)
8th Session – The Art of Fiction Writing – 2
  • Write What You Know, and Admit You Know Nothing
  • Your Personality as a Writer
  • The Ghost in the Wishing Well
  • Culinary Arts as Allegory for the Writer
  • Writing to Please Others, or Yourself?
  • The Impossible Task of Words
  • Activities – 2
  • Practice Assignments – 2(Online and Offline)
9th Session – The Art of Playwriting – 1
  • Creating Characters – find the method for building characters that’s right for you
  • Tension of Opposites – give your characters internal tension and dimension
  • Conflict – placing the characters’ wants in opposition
  • Activities – 2
  • Practice Assignments – 2
10th Session – The Art of Playwriting – 2
  • Three Act Structure – the beginning, middle and end of a play
  • Dialogue – making each character’s voice distinctive and memorable
  • Punctuation – the secret of making your intentions clear

The Writer’s Web – a series of elements to explore to turn your good play into a great one

11th Session – The Art of Writing Projects
  • Identification of Strengths
  • Identification of Weaknesses
  • Fixing and Overcoming
  • Activities – 2(Online and Offline)
  • Practice Assignments – 2(Online and Offline)
12th Session – Scaffold Examples
  • Activities and Assignments

  • Practical creative writing course designed to get you excited about creating your own work!
  • Fiction, poetry, drama, and creative non-fiction – the four genres of creative writing.
  • How to discover, perfect, and share your own writer’s voice.
  • A series of authentic writing assignments designed to target the skills you need.
  • Writing techniques, literary devices, and specialized skills.
  • Publishing opportunities, podcasts, and where to create a professional creative writing portfolio.
  • How to become a successful and confident writer!

Creative Writing