Myth-Fantasy Short Story PowerPoint for Lesson 1

Myth-Fantasy Short Story Writing Week 1 Power-Point

Myth-Fantasy Short Story PowerPoint for Lesson 1: here’s a freebie PowerPoint to accompany Lesson 1’s popular Myth-Fantasy short story using our popular Writing Guide.

Popular homeschool-classes teacher, homeschool dad and Fantasy writer, Will Hahn, has made the Powerpoint to his classroom lesson for Lesson 1 in the Myth-Fantasy Short-Story Writing Guide. This is a gift from Mr. Hahn to you and your students.

Check out Will Hahn’s fantasy novels and his short stories and enjoy the tips he shares in this post about teaching Myth-Fantasy in his homeschool high school classes.

Not familiar with 7Sisters’ Myth-Fantasy Short Story Writing Guide? Here’s a description:

Myth-fantasy Writing Guide
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Homeschoolers can enjoy a powerful creative experience by writing a short story in the myth-fantasy format (the genre of The Chronicles of Narnia  by C.S. Lewis and The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien). By following the myth-fantasy “formula” familiar to the story tellers of ancient times and modern writers like Lewis, teens will sharpen their creative skills while thinking about friendships, different kinds of people, and ideas worth fighting for (like their faith).

Advanced Guide to Short Story Writing: Myth-Fantasy is a 36-page downloadable .pdf e-text that ushers homeschoolers with a substantial  short story experience through a delightful 5-week process of high school short story writing that includes how-to’s and a grading rubric:

  • Week 1: What is Myth-Fantasy?
  • Week 2: “Getting-Started Ingredients” of a Myth-Fantasy Story
  • Week 3: “Make-it-Happen Ingredients” of a Myth-Fantasy Story
  • Week 4: “Closing Ingredients” of a Myth-Fantasy Story
  • Week 5: Pulling the Myth-Fantasy Story Together

Get your homeschool high schoolers started on their Myth-Fantasy writing adventure by downloading Will Hahn’s Lesson 1 PowerPoint.