2 2 Final Project Milestone One Pitch 3 Character Writing Your First Play

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2-2 Final Project Milestone One: Pitch 3 Character Writing Your First Play , Chapter 3 3-1 Creative Writing Assignment 3-2 Workshop: Milestone One 4 Dialogue Writing Your First Play , Chapter 4 4-1 Journal: Dialogue 4-2 Final Project Milestone Two: Draft of Play 5 Rhythm Writing Your First Play , Chapters 8 and 10 5-1 Discussion: Rhythm 5-2 Workshop: Milestone Two 5-3 Final Project Reminder 6 Conflict and Resolution Writing Your First Play , Chapters 2 and 5 6-1 Journal: Conflict and Resolution 6-2 Workshop: Draft of Final Play 7 Submission of Play 7-1 Reminder: Reflective Essay 7-2 Final Project I Submission: One-Act Play
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