Worlds of Making by Laura Fleming download in iPad, ePub, pdf
While it may take centerstage at times, ask yourself whether each highlight helps move the story along. Whether you are new to the Maker Movement, or a seasoned maker, there is something in this course for everyone. Think about the history of the world. Part of what makes a story work so well is its world. Your world is not the central character of your story.
Rowling created an entire magical world, set within our own, each with its own government and laws. Take two ideas from different places, put them together and add your own twist to create a whole new world. All educational stakeholders need to find ways to leverage this Movement.
Take note of how the writer shows, rather than tells, elements of her world. Taking this level of care with your worldbuilding will carry into your writing and make your story more believable. Pay attention to the details that add life and depth to the story.
Consider what kinds of flora and fauna live in your world. Consider all aspects of your world Go beyond just outlining the setting your characters live and work in.
The Maker Movement has been a revolution in education. This book will be especially beneficial to librarians and educators interested in starting a makerspace but need to make the case and justify the value the space will bring.
- Miyamoto Musashi's The Book of Five Rings
- Unexpectedly Eighty
- Concurrency Theory
- Rogue in Texas
- Algebraic and Complex Geometry
- Simple Asian Meals
- Trailer Park Nights
- Global Economic Issues and Policies
- The Taiwanese Americans
- Sustainable Consumer Services
- Modern Architecture and the Mediterranean
- The Battle of Jericho Hill
- On The Road With Wellington
- Troy Duster
- The Senator and the Sharecropper