Daydreamers is a storytelling course. It’s as simple as that. Designed for 10 to 13 year olds, it is easy to understand, easy to follow and – more importantly – it gives you permission to Daydream.
So perhaps it is an experience, rather than a course. With 12 Lessons over 6 Modules, the course comes complete with interactive and beautifully designed Workbooks, and a short video for each Lesson. The Workbooks give you instruction, provide examples, and get your creative juices flowing with comprehensive – yet easy to do – exercises.
Learn to plan an outline and decide on the direction you want to go in, create rich and interesting characters, craft your scenes and give them action, make your characters speak, work with paragraphs, start your story well, end your story well, and then go back and edit – clearing away some of these pesky little errors that always creep in.
That may sound like a mouthful, but it is broken down and simplified in such a way that it makes storytelling simple and fun.
Everything you need to take those ideas brimming in your head, make sense of them, and get them on paper. Because we are the mavericks, the visionaries, the ones who look at the world in a certain way. We’re not scared when the world looks back.
We’re the Daydreamers.
Elementals is more than just a creative writing course. Aimed at high school and beyond, it provides those writing skills that are not just essential in the real world, but also foundational. This is what you build all of your communications on.
And, just as there are four elemental forces in the world – earth, fire, wind, and water– there are four foundational and elemental parts to writing in the real world. I keep saying real world, don’t I? That’s because Elementals is designed to tackle those things that are important in the world now, those forms of writing that – even if the very basics are mastered – will push you ahead of the curve and make you stand out from the rest.
Across 4 Modules and 17 Lessons (including video content and beautifully-crafted Workbooks), we look at academic writing (including analytical and narrative essays), business writing (such as email, reports, and a good job application letter), short-form media (web pages, social media and press releases, amongst others), and of courser long-form media (your blog posts, newsletters, sales copy and so on).
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