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Setting lesson 4

Setting lesson 4

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Author: Jane Ward
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This lesson is to help you think about the importance of setting within a novel.

The setting of a novel can help to create the mood and atmosphere of the story being told. Describing the setting can help create the world of the novel and draw your reader in.

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Tutorial

Understanding the role of setting.

The setting of a novel can help to create the mood and atmosphere of the story being told. Describing the setting can help create the world of the novel and draw your reader in.

Look through the information provided in this tutorial and consider the setting of our class novel. Also, thinking about setting more deeply will help you to create stories that have interesting settings and your description of them can help to bring the place alive in the mind of your reader.

Setting and its Effect

This is a video created by another teacher to introduce the importance of setting.

Creating a Setting

This document has prompts for creating effective settings in your own writing.

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