Week 9 (21/4): The three-act structure

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BY MARK GATELY, PHIL MOORE, AND CAZ ADAMS

The Three-Act structure is a model used in narrative fiction that divides a story into three parts (or acts), often called the Set-up, the Confrontation, and the Resolution.

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Week 2 (17/2): Writing and formatting an audio story or podcast

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Three little kittens: L-R Setup, Conflict, and Resolution. Photo: pxfuel.com/CC

BY CAZ ADAMS

Recap Week #1

Last week you completed a simple task to find an idea that might be suitable for your Audio Story or Podcast. You then made a list of different things relating to that idea.

So now it’s time to start writing up your story. 

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