Sunday, June 6, 2010

How to use a Goldilocks and Three Bears outline to help you write an outline of your own

When writing an outline, you want to break the story down to its plot and essential ingredients. What happens first? What things happen in the middle and in what order? What happens in the end? Perhaps this example of an outline of the familiar children’s story called “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” will help you see the process of how to create an outline of your own.

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