Great Storytelling Every Day (W401-11)
APPLICATIONS FOR THIS SEMINAR ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTED
Immerse yourself in an entirely different way of thinking about news reporting — a fresh way of seeing the possibilities of a story. Pulitzer Prize-winners Tom French and Jacqui Banaszynski help you learn to conceive and frame deadline narratives, both for print and online, and to report for scene, character and dialogue, even while working inside a grinding daily beat. Get tips for moving from your notes toward a structure and a draft, organizing and outlining quickly, all while the clock is ticking.
- To quickly place readers inside daily stories using rich details
- The significance of setting, character, plot, conflict and resolution in narrative storytelling
- How to use dialogue to develop characters
- How to frame and organize a story to convey theme and meaning
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