eng240 | undergraduate
Introduction To Creative Writing
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Introduction to Creative Writing
- Identify key elements of the writing process.
- Describe creative reading.
Creative Writing Techniques - Poetry
- Identify common elements, structures, forms, and terminology of poetry.
- Describe the use of imagery, symbolism, and figurative language in poetry.
- Integrate elements of poetry into an original poem.
Creative Writing Techniques â Short Story
- Identify common elements, structures, forms, and terminology used in the short story.
- Describe the use of plot, character, setting, and theme in the development of the short story.
- Create an original short story.
Creative Writing Techniques â Drama
- Identify the common elements, structures, forms, and terminology used in the dramatic plays and screenplays.
- Describe the relationship between the writer and the audience in a one-act play.
- Demonstrate effective storytelling, natural dialogue, theme development, and point of view through writing a one-act play.
Creative Writing Techniques â Creative Nonfiction
- Describe the role of creative nonfiction in literature.
- Integrate creative writing skills from poetry, short story, and drama into a creative nonfiction essay.
- Produce a creative nonfiction essay that exhibits your writerâs voice.
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