Camp Write Owl

Camp Write Owl is a virtual writing camp. The first camp, Storytelling 101, went live in March 2021. The second camp, Grammar 110, went live in June 2021. Both are available here. During Camp Write Owls, there are new lessons every Sunday through Friday with Q&A’s on Saturdays.

Storytelling 101

Week 1

Day 1: Welcome to Camp

Day 2: Brainstorming

Day 3: Genre, Audience, and Length

Day 4: Verb Tense

Day 5: Tropes

Week 2

Day 7: Characters

Day 8: Protagonists and Antagonists

Day 9: Character Profiles

Day 10: Agency

Day 11: POV and Voice

Day 12: Dialogue

Week 3

Day 14: Setting

Day 15: Worldbuilding

Day 16: Descriptions and Imagery

Day 17: Show vs. Tell

Day 18: Stakes

Day 19: Tension

Week 4

Day 21: Plotting vs. Pantsing

Day 22: Acts

Day 23: Beginnings

Day 24: Middles

Day 25: Endings

Day 26: Subplots

Week 5

Day 28: Foreshadowing and Plot Twists

Day 29: Pacing

Day 30: Theme

Day 31: End of Camp Wrap-Up

Grammar 110

Week 1

Day 1: Welcome to Camp

Day 2: Types of Sentences

Day 3: Sentence Parts

Day 4: Parts of Speech

Week 2

Day 6: Flat Adverbs

Day 7: Verb Tenses

Day 8: Agreement

Day 9: Ending Punctuation

Day 10: Commas

Day 11: Semicolons and Colons

Week 3

Day 13: Hyphens and Dashes

Day 14: Parentheses and Quotation Marks

Day 15: Apostrophes

Day 16: Italics, Bold, and All Caps

Day 17: Capitalization

Day 18: Numbers

Week 4

Day 20: Filler Words

Day 21: Filter Words

Day 22: Dangling Modifiers

Day 23: Homophones

Day 24: Confusing Words

Day 25: Diction

Week 5

Day 27: Formatting Dialogue

Day 28: Dialogue Tags

Day 29: Active vs. Passive Voice

Day 30: End of Camp Wrap-Up

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