Download Guided WRIT 610 – Writing Fiction


Download Guided WRIT 610-Writing Fiction

Course Description

This course is a study of the craft of producing publishable fiction in a contemporary setting.

For information regarding the prerequisites for this course, please refer to the Academic Course Catalog.


This course will equip students with the craft and narrative vision necessary to write compelling and vivid fiction. The use of plot, structure, character arcs, and revision techniques will equip students with the necessary tools for fiction writing.

Measurable Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Analyze the craft elements of Fiction.
  2. Synthesize fiction craft elements (characterization, setting, story arc, and point-of-view) into works of fiction.
  3. Evaluate the use of craft elements in peers’ stories.
  4. Revise works of fiction.
  5. Discuss the development of craft elements as they evolve throughout the drafting process until the completion of final drafts.

Course Assignment

Textbook readings and lecture presentations

Course Requirements Checklist

After reading the Syllabus and Student Expectations, the student will complete the related checklist found in the Course Overview.

Reflection Discussions (4)

Discussions are collaborative learning experiences. Therefore, the student is required to create a thread in response to the provided prompt for each discussion. Each thread varies in length and specific requirements based on the assignment(s) in each module.

Workshop Discussions (2)

Revisions Workshop Discussions will allow the student to refine his/her draft through peer critique. The student will paste his/her appropriate draft into the discussion board.  He/she will then critique at least 4 other classmates’ drafts offering line-by-line suggestions.  At the end of this line-by-line review with the full text of the classmate’s work in the discussions, the student will write a summation of his/her assessment of the strong and weak components of the submission reviewed.

Students will create a detailed plot outline of 20-30 plot points using one of the Plotting Systems listed in Bell’s Plot and Structure. The Questions to ask yourself found at the end of the instructions document must also be answered and included. This assignment will be used throughout the writing process.

Students will create a very detailed character profile by completing the Character Profile Assignment Template. Complete this document before working on the First Draft assignment. This Character Profile will be used throughout the writing process.

Students will create a first draft that may or may not be a complete chapter. This assignment will be 750-1250 words and will utilize the plot outline and the character profile.

Students will continue their writing after receiving detailed peer and instructor critiques. The student will submit a revised draft showing marked changes from the first draft of the submission. This assignment will be between 750-1400 words.

Students will continue their writing after receiving another detailed peer and instructor critique. The student will submit an additionally revised draft showing marked changes from the first and revised draft of the submission. This assignment will be between 750-2000 words. This is the final draft but is called the Next Draft as students will inevitably continue editing this work.

Want Guide to Course?

Are you a struggling student who can’t handle the stress of an internet test due to a number of unusual activities?

Don’t worry, exam assistants will help you in this situation! Top-class service. We have consistently provided excellent support to all students who were looking for affordable, reliable, quality service in a timely manner. Whether it’s exam questions or exam-related questions, you can find people who pay for online exam services. Take My Class Queries are resolved here quickly and accurately. Give us a call or email and we may be able to provide you with professional, top-notch auditing services with a money-back guarantee, so you have nothing to lose. Pay for your web exam now.

 For custom, help email us at [email protected] or WhatsApp us at +1(657)366-7486

Scott Belmont from NYC, USA
Hired a tutor to take programming class and final exam
40 minutes ago
Ebony Nicole from Bronx, USA
Hired a tutor to take history and algebra final exams
2 hours ago
Randy Wells from Texas, USA
Hired an expert to take chemistry proctored exam
1 hour ago
Kurt LeBlanc from Iowa, USA
Hired an expert to take statistics online exam
1 hour ago