Describing space creative writing
· Engaging lesson on creative writing in which the students describe a journey into space. Includes snippets of other writing to analyse for linguistic/structural techniques used for effect and to engage a reader. Includes interesting adjectives list and model written piece with questions for students to analyse. Suitable for KS2-KS3!
· This is a one-off 30 minute lesson to encourage and help students to use sensory description in their writing. They watch a clip for inspiration and then p...
· Creative Writing Forums - Writing Help, Writing Workshops, ... Many Sci-Fi novels I have read do not directly describe a spaceship's appearance. ... shiny space ship as would probably have been imagined in the 50s or so. Think about how long and wide (and possibly tall) it is.
My journey to space started one night while I was dreaming. It was as if my body was empty and that my consciousness was flying. I felt that my soul had left my body, and flew to the space, above my country, I then saw the earth that was happy, a sentient being, conscious and free.
I've noticed lately in the stats that people have been actively searching for "how to describe a room." Even though I had done a writing prompt that called for using the description of a room, I never did go over the particulars of describing locations.So for anybody looking for some specific answers, here are my thoughts on describing interior settings, for fiction and prose.