How do we describe a problem?
Today, we will be continuing to write our myths. We are now onto the part where we introduce the villain and the problem. Follow the powerpoint through as I give you some tips for writing this part of your myth and read the examples given. You will need to make sure that your villain has depth and your problem has roots. It cannot spring up out of nowhere. Don't forget to read what you wrote yesterday and follow on from there. This will help it to flow better. Happy writing! You can also make some tasty Maya tortillas (or flatbreads) for dinner. Quick, easy and all you need are flour, water, salt and oil. Watch video for further instruction.