write-scary2 - HOW TO WRITE YOUR OWN SCARY STORY 1 Choose...

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H OW TO W RITE Y OUR O WN S CARY S TORY 1. Choose an interesting "what if." For example, what if you were trapped in a movie theater? 2. Think about all the scary things that could happen in that situation. Then think about all the ways a person could get out of that terrifying situation. 3. Who is the main character? Is it you or a fictional person? 4. Choose a scary setting. Decide where and when your story takes place. 5. How did the main character end up in the scary situation? 6. Choose a bad guy or villain. Describe this character and how he or she will provoke fear in the story. 7. Complete T HE 5 W S OF S CARY S TORY W RITING handout .
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8. Develop the plot:
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