TELL ME A STORY but please keep in mind a few rules

You must use 4 of these pictures as inspiration for your story.
You must have at least 1 well-described character (but more is fine, too).
You must clearly describe the setting.
Naturally, your goal is to tell an interesting story.
And an interestings story always has...
a beginning, a middle and an end.
And as you move through each stage, something needs to happen in your story. Some kind of conflict or trouble that your character(s) needs to deal with.
Be sure to resolve your conflict by the end of your story. Win or lose, your character's conflict should end.
Because nobody likes to be left hanging (and we don't have time for you to write a sequel).

The Fine Print...

  1. You will work in groups of 2 or 3, of your own choosing.
  2. You do not need to write your story down, but you probably should, because you'll be verbally presenting it to the class first thing tomorrow.
  3. All members of the group must help tell the story.
  4. Your presentation should flow, and show evidence that you coordinated and properly prepared.
  5. Prizes will be awarded to the group who tells the most creative, compelling story.
Created By
Jeb Dickerson

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