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How To Write Stories from Given Outlines


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We all love listening to or reading stories. Developing good stories from the given outlines is an art that needs special skills and constant practice. The following points can be helpful while writing a good story from the given outlines:

1. Study the outlines carefully.
2. Try to develop an idea in mind about the plot.
3. Arrange the main points in a systematic order and note them down.
4. Expand the main points into meaningful sentences using easy and simple
words
5. Give a suitable title to the story.
6. Give a moral at the end of the story.





Sample Usage

Writing Stories from Given Outlines


A stag ……………………………………… very thirsty……………………………… comes to drink water in a river……………………………………… sees own reflection……………………………………… admires beautiful horns ……………………………………. despises thin and ugly legs……………………………………… a wolf comes…………………………………… runs for life……………………………………… the ugly and thin legs carries to safety……………………………………… moral..




All That Glitter is Not Gold

One day, a stag became very thirsty. It went to a river to drink water. As he looked down in the clear stream of water, he saw his own reflection there. He looked at his beautiful horns. ‘How beautiful my horns are!’ he thought. Then his eyes fell on his legs. They were thin and slender. He became sad. “How I wish I had beautiful legs like my horns.’ He said to himself.
As he was absorbed in his thoughts, he heard the barking of a dog. In no time, he saw a hunter approaching him with his dog. He became afraid and ran for life. He ran as fast as his legs could carry him. Soon he was well behind the reach of the hunter or his dog. He heaved a sigh of relief.
Just then, his horns got entangled in a thick bush. He tried hard to get himself free from the bush but it was too late.
The dog, which was running just behind him, came up and pounced upon him. He tied hard to get rid of the dog. Meanwhile, the hunter also reached there and pierced his dagger deep into his chest.
As the stag lay dying in pain, he thought to himself, ‘What a fool I had been. I was all praise of my horns and hated my legs. But while the legs carried me to safety, my horns cost me my life.’

Moral: Always be thankful to God for what He has given you.


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