Adventure Success Criteria cards a likeable hero the reader will want to succeed
Success Criteria cards
A likeable hero the reader will want to succeed.
A sneaky villain the reader will not want to succeed.
Fast moving, exciting action.
of tension or suspense
, where action slows down.
A surprise at the end.
Clues to help you try and predict what might happen.
Dialogue to advance the action.
Chronological action – things happen in a sequence.
A problem of conflict towards the end of the story.
A resolution at the end where the hero succeeds.
Setting has danger or potential threat.
A combination of action and dialogue.
Detailed description or close up on details to create atmosphere.
Characters showing emotions to allow reader to empathise.
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