Writing: Mini-sagas

I have the pleasure to publish the first mini-saga a student has sent in for publication. Thanks, Jesús, this year’s pioneer contributor!


Important: Mini-sagas need to be 50 exact words. The title doesn’t count. Contractions count as two words, for obvious reasons! 🙂 Mini-sagas can be anonymous, so you can feel freer to write away! Of course, I’d know. But that’s just me! 🙂

My idea is to collect this year’s mini-sagas here, and later to create a webpage for you all on Talking People – Your Stuff! – Writing – Mini-sagas: http://www.talkingpeople.net/tp/yourstuff/texts/minisagas/index.html.

Unfortunately, I forgot to link to this page, http://www.eoigetafe.es/ingles/pages/studentscorner/2011/minisagasav220102011.htm, full of mini-sagas by Avanzado 2 students I had: And here is one of my favo(u)rite! This minisaga was written by P. Sheldonina.
Procrastination is avoiding doing something.

Procrastination is to postpone doing something you know you have to do. It’s not being able to choose one idea. It’s being unable to decide what to write about. I need to find a solution for my procrastination. I’ll do it later.

And here’s one I just wrote after today’s lesson in Y5A (Nov 4): Mini-saga about If I had been a man…


3 Responses to Writing: Mini-sagas

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  2. MF says:

    I have just created a webpage for this on talkingpeople.net
    I’ll be posting the link soon!

  3. Pingback: Textual Structure is not about school, it’s about life | Plans & What We Did In Class

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