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A well studied constraint makes it possible to find for writing. First of all, we have to say that it is not appropriate or that it is appropriate. Indeed, to write, we must always exaggerate our sensations. Then we tell ourselves that should be appropriate, or not, with this constraint. Doing this thinking way allows you to work on unexplored sides.

Then we start writing. Then we find often strange ideas to adapt this constraint to his thought. Thinking "If..." adapts our ideas while confronting them with the constraint’s reality.

When the cause seems to be lost, or even when it seems to be acquired, we must defend its purpose by persuading, thanks to our qualities, whether they are spoken or human, simply.

The one who defends lost causes knows how to convince...

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Constraints Save this article in PDF (5 Writing with a Constraint)

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Sunday 4 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
The constraints is only useful to seek for writing. This type of process can be used in groups or for yourself : * Find words and place them in your text. This allows to write spontaneously. * Place images or photos in the text to work on the description. * Start sentences with words such as (...)


Writing a Poem Save this article in PDF (5 Writing with a Constraint)

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Sunday 4 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
To write a poem, you have to get vocabulary to find rhymes. A rhyme is an ending, pronouncing itself in the same way, in another place of the poem. The rhymes are at the end of the verses. They create the rhythm of the poem. A poem has the minimum punctuation. The rhythm of the poem makes it (...)


Correcting a Poem Save this article in PDF (5 Writing with a Constraint)

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Sunday 4 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
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Writing a Ballad Save this article in PDF (5 Writing with a Constraint)

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Friday 2 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
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Create your Own Workshops Save this article in PDF (5 Writing with a Constraint)

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Friday 2 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
To create a workshop is to lead a group of people around a chosen theme, presenting to themselves some ideas. You have to understand the listener. But we know that we are the most accessible to beginners when we learn. Being able to explain is essential. It’s learned from completely different (...)


Slam Save this article in PDF (5 Writing with a Constraint)

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Friday 2 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
Slam is about making up poems in front of other people. To make slam you have to : • Operate on your intuition. • Have a growing opinion. • Prepare the rhyming mat. • Rhyme to practice. • Be engaged in at least one activity. • Do not hesitate to speak in front of an audience. (...)


Write an Eulogy Save this article in PDF (5 Writing with a Constraint)

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Friday 2 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
To write an eulogy, we must first find elements, both objective and convincing, about the person for whom, or what we praise. Then we define that’s more or less glowing. A well-presented polemic can be laudable. The end of an eulogy fulfills the reader, or listener, with emphasis. Then you (...)


Writing a Tale Save this article in PDF (5 Writing with a Constraint)

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Thursday 1 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
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Telling Stories Save this article in PDF (5 Writing with a Constraint)

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Thursday 1 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
Telling tales is improvising a living story, based on the tale’s script. We only remember the plot of the story when we tell it. We don’t recite, but we invent emotions, or dialogues. You have to improvise and create attitudes, then make your emotions feel, when you relive this story. Some (...)


Write Slides Save this article in PDF (5 Writing with a Constraint)

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Thursday 1 November 2018 by Matthieu Giroux
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