All the time when your head was dumped deep in to writing creative writing journal topics assigned by the instructor; this will be the perfect time & moment to show off your impromptu skills.
Making a list of Writing Prompts for High School Students is easy for me, I have taught high school students for around 15 years.
For high school students I have found they tend to life short prompts that inspire the imagination a lot.
More than any other audience they do not like to pulled by the nose.
Try these creative writing exercises focused on individual elements of storytelling: Point of view, tense, dialogue, character and more.
When you’re finished, join Now Novel for step-by-step prompts that will help you brainstorm your book:1. She visits her favourite public place and sees something that makes her want to stay.Well, it’s easy today when I’m out of the fog of teaching. These are writing prompts that I have found high school students love to write about.They are my favorite prompts, and I use them all the time.Describe this in 500 words, using third person POV (he/she). Why: Rewriting third person scenes (especially emotional ones) in first person helps you find your character’s voice.You’re telling the reader what your character thinks your character, not an observer.They want to think for themselves, but they also like things that are familiar to them.In today’s world no subject is off limits in the since that they have seen and heard almost everything through the internet and social media.I of course keep my prompts appropriate, but I mean nothing shocks these students.Here is an ever growing list of prompts that I use. I generally use these and ask them to write AT LEAST 2 paragraphs. Managing editor of Drunk Duck, poetry editor for Prairie Margins, reporter for Miscellany, Akron Journal, Lorain Journal...check our About Us page for more.As far as creative writing games are concerned, here is one that you can play with as many participants as you want; the rules are real simple.So let’s say a player gets “mother”, “basement”, “school warehouse” & “commit suicide”.