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Published: 24/06/2019
KS3 KS4 | Writing
6 pages

Coming full circle - cyclical structures in creative writing

Using lines from well-known poems as inspiration, students build a story which begins and ends in the same place. Excellent for thinking about whole-text structure, but giving students lots of freedom as to the genre, style and tone of their writing. Helpful for both KS3 and KS4 classes.

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Task 1
Look at the following sentences/phrases. Decide to what extent you like each one as the potential opening to a piece of creative writing and, in the box to the right, justify why.

1 = I love it! -----------------------------------------------------------------  10 = I hate it!


'But the sea, the sea in the darkness calls.'
         

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