HOW A STORY IS STRUCTURED - CREATIVE WRITING - BBC BITESIZE

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zpccwmn/articles/zwmt4qt

Most stories have a beginning, middle and end.

  • In the beginning, establish your setting and characters.
  • In the middle, you could add conflict and a problem to solve.
  • At the end there could be a dramatic rescue. The ending could be happy or sad

This BBC Bitesize guide has a short fun video explaining how a good story is structured, followed by a useful reinforcement activity.

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