Guide to Mythical Hybrids
Saturday
3:30-5:00
ECP Centre in Central
Saturday
10:00-11:30
ECP Centre in Central
Friday
5:00-6:30
ECP Centre in Central
Wednesday
4:15-5:30
ECP Centre in Central
Tuesday
5:00-6:30
ECP Centre in Central
Tuesdays
3:00-4:15
Kowloon Junior School
Overview
We may not see them day to day, but stories tell us that mythical creatures can be found in all sorts of places: faeries in the trees, centaurs in the forests and Yetis or sasquatches in remote mountain areas. Students in this creative writing and publishing workshop will create their own fantastic beasts and compile the second edition of ECP’s Guide to Mythical Hybrids. To write an informative and comprehensive guide, students will consider all sorts of puzzling questions and topics about their mythical species, from its friends and foes, diet, sleeping habits and more!
Learning objectives
Specific to this workshop:
  • Primary focus on creative expository writing with the purpose of informing the reader
  • Understand the specific genre of guidebooks and creative expository texts through reading, discussion and analysis of model texts
  • Consider how to present "factual" information in an interesting way
  • Learn and apply different planning and writing techniques, including logical sequencing of ideas, grouping ideas by category and sub-topics, detailed description, clear explanation, use of specific facts and figures, and writing profiles, eyewitness accounts, and tips and advice
As a writer:
  • Take creative risks
  • Combine fact and fiction to write convincingly
  • Organise ideas
  • Express ideas with detail and specificity
  • Improve writing skills through individualised feedback from the teacher
  • Revise writing for continuity, consistency and focus
  • Learn to provide simple but constructive peer feedback
  • Practise proofreading skills and correct identified technical errors in their work to prepare writing to be published
As a learner:
  • Develop creativity and collaboration through a workshop environment
  • Develop grit and perseverance by working on a challenging and long-term writing project
  • Develop time and project management skills to see a project through to completion
  • Learn to look at own work critically and consider how to improve it
  • Learn to be open to and respond to constructive feedback
  • Gain confidence as a writer by writing and publishing a story in a book/magazine for a real audience
Creative Writing & Publishing

max size
7
Sessions
19
For children aged
8 to 10
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