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The Purpose Of Creative Writing

In this section, we will focus on the purpose of creative writing, which will in turn aid students in understanding why a writer writes and the importance of the relationship between author and reader.

There are numerous motives as to why someone would want to express a thought, opinion, or fact to other individuals through words. Creative writing can be used for entertainment, informative, or persuasive purposes. This type of writing can also be used to convey an emotion.

In each lesson, a purpose will be explained thoroughly with definitions and examples; a writing prompt will follow. The writing prompt will train the student writer to write specific topics as well as use each purpose correctly. The examples will help the student grasp what the lesson is trying to explain and have the student perfect their writing skills to the best of their ability.

This lesson will cover how entertainment is used in writing.

The Purpose of Creative Writing:
Entertainment
Writing for entertainment purpose. We will define creative writing and entertainment along with some of its elements. There are examples of entertainment that will be familiar to readers so that they can learn how to use them in everyday writing.

A writing prompt will follow this lesson so it can encourage the reader to make their own piece of entertaining writing.

This subject will start with its easier points and may get tougher, but it will still teach the reader how to be the best writer possible.
Lesson duration: 15-20 Minutes
This lesson focuses on the informative aspect of writing.

The Purpose of Creative Writing:
Information
The inofrmative aspect of writing. This lesson pays attention to the second purpose of writing which is to give information.

Writers will learn how to put information into their work and put it in a way that is clear and concise. Examples will be included as well as a writing prompt.

It talks about the many reasons why an author may want to share information to the reader and how to remind the writer what they should appear in the writing as well as develop proper writing habits.
Lesson duration: 20-25 Minutes
This lesson focuses on the persuasive aspect of writing.

The Purpose of Creative Writing:
Persuasion
Writing for persuasive purpose. This lesson focuses on the persuasive aspect of writing. Writers will learn what persuasion means in writing and how to persuade a reader using the modes of persuasion (ethos, pathos, or logos).

Examples will follow each mode of persuasion as well as a writing prompt using one of the modes of persuasion.

This can help the writer meet their goal of trying to get the reader to see from their perspective. This can be used for speech purposes as well.
Lesson duration: 20-25 Minutes



This lesson focuses on channeling emotions in writing.

The Purpose of Creative Writing:
Channeling Emotion
Channeling emotion through creative writing. This lesson talks about how to channel emotions from author to reader. Emotions include happiness, anger, or sadness depending on what the writer is writing about.

It will show students (or people who want to improve their writing) how to do it successfully.

Different methods include telling a joke, using a metaphor, telling a story, or simply using words to create the atmosphere. There are a few examples (for metaphor and storytelling) as well as a writing prompt.

This can be used for speeches as well.
Lesson duration: 20-25 Minutes