A short course on nuances of popular fiction reading and writing!
Dates: 21 April - 14 May 2021 | Online | 8 x 90 min Sessions | Online | 2 sessions per week ( Wed and Fri)
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm IST
Age - For 12 - 16 yo
Why Popular Fiction?
If you are reading the description of this course then you more than likely have an avid interest in reading.
Have you ever wondered why that is the case? Why we are compelled to read about people that never existed places that never were things that never happened? And why we have that itch to tell a story of our own but sometimes just can't find the words to tell it?
This course will be a journey into the mystifying and magical world of fiction and understanding what this world can tell us about our own. More importantly it will be a journey into understanding ourselves and finding the stories that exist inside each and every one of us.
At the end of the course, the participants will write the first chapter of their very own novel
This course is for you if:
Join us if you would like to try your hand at writing a story and are excited to meet more young writers from around the country!
This course is a part of the Immersive offerings designed to enable young learners to experience choice-based learning and deep dive into an interest area.
The sessions will take place at 6:30 pm IST (Delhi).
Each session will last for 90 minutes and take place via Zoom.
Session 1 - 21st Apr Wednesday
Session 2 - 23rd Apr Friday
Session 3 - 28th Apr Wednesday
Session 4 - 30th Apr Friday
Session 5 - 5th May Wednesday
Session 6 - 7th May Friday
Session 7 - 12th May Wednesday
Session 8 - 14th May Friday
We offer upto 100% scholarships on a need-basis.
We do not want money to deter anyone from joining our courses
If you are excited about this course but need financial support feel free to write to us at cGl0YWFyYW1lZXQgfCBnbWFpbCAhIGNvbQ==
This course is facilitated by Niall Walsh
Niall has loved reading since the day he first learned how in the midst of the forest where he grew up and this passion eventually led him to teach literature at the Riverside School in India. Niall has also taught courses in Popular Fiction at Dublin City University and is currently teaching Creative Thinking at University College Dublin.
Niall is currently working on a novel of his own and loves to write poetry too when the mood takes him. Most importantly he loves how much you can learn about people through the stories they tell and he feels the world would be a much better place if we all became better readers and writers of stories. Niall's online company MentorEng brings the iGCSE Literature & English syllabus to life and he loves nothing more than building connections with his students.