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This assignment is related to the first part of the assignment, “The Building Blocks of a Story”. Basically, other students in the class have answered the same questions as “The Building Blocks of a Story” and we’re required to respond to two of our classmate’s posts.
I’ve attached a screenshot that is named “Discussion Guidelines”, please read the part where it starts with “peer posts”, it is recommended to be at least 400 words and have MLA formatting.
I’ve attached two of our classmate’s work so you can respond to both of them, each with 400 words.
I’ve also attached an example where other students have responded to other’s posts.
The previous response post was written by Writer #299193718 and the content related to this post was first written by writer #13470, please refer to them for the content if needed, thanks!
Some reading materials/Ted Talk videos that are related to the assignment, you only have to use some of them if needed, it’s just for your reference.
– Jacob and Willhelm Grimm “Rumpelstiltskin” https://shortstoryamerica.com/pdf_classics/grimm_rumpelstiltskin.pdf
– Greek Legends and Myths, https://www.greeklegendsandmyths.com/judgement-of-paris.html
– Mac Barnett, https://www.ted.com/talks/mac_barnett_why_a_good_book_is_a_secret_door/up-next
– Christopher Vogler “Stories Are Alive” pp. 299-312 http://craftywriters.club/reading/christopher-vogler-the-writers-journey.pdf
A copy of these instructions are also included in the files section.
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