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Course 102 Showing character's Emotions
The art of Show versus Tell Class
Course 102 Showing Character's Emotions

October 26 – December 6 2018
FACILITATOR: Jim Hall

One of the biggest problem areas for writers is conveying a character's emotions to the reader in a unique, compelling way, and it is precisely what readers want and expect from the author.

Effectively conveying a character's emotions allows your readers to develop a greater emotional attachment to them. As a result, the readers care what happens to the characters and want to keep reading.

During the six-week period, the student will be given:
*ThumbsUp* introduction to show vs. tell
*ThumbsUp* five random emotions to examine.
*ThumbsUp* examples of how the emotions manifests themselves
*ThumbsUp* samples stories demonstrating the emotions
*ThumbsUp* student writing assignments to demonstrate understanding of how a character's emotions manifest in their actions


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Book: The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer's Guide To Character Expression.
Extra: Understanding Show, Don't Tell And Really Getting It by Janice Hardy.

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