Write an Anything Letter
Playwriting Goals, Parameters, and Tips
Andrew Stanton: Clues to a Great Story
The Cracks by Elena S.
Poems, Prayers, & Promises
Play Format: Make a Copy, Make Your Name the Title, & Share With Carol
You may ONLY begin writing AFTER you turn in your FTF statements
and confirm your final FTF statement with Carol.
(You can change the title to the title of your play & your name once you are ready for that!)
Independent Reading Tracker
Brainstorm about: Waves of Surveillance
Make your appointment & work on your Binder: A Visual Representation of Me (Due ASAP, no later than Feb. 26)
1. Dream about your play! 25 First/Then/Finally Statements due to me on February 12th, printed, 8:30am . Circle your favorite 11. Highlight your top choice.
2. 6 pages of your play, in correct playwriting format, due on February 22nd.
3. Finished first draft of play, in correct playwriting format, due on February 28th.
4. Work on and schedule your appointment with Carol for your project, A Visual Representation of Me (Due ASAP, no later than 3:30pm on Feb. 26)