On Location

On Location

When newscasters, screenwriters, and movie directions use the term, “on location”, it means they are filming at the physical site of the story. Writers can bring their readers “on location” by describing the setting. The setting may include: geographical location (city, state, and/or country) description of location conditions (socio-economic or environmental conditions) time historical context seasons […]

Story Elements: SETTING

Setting KAW

By Michelle Lynn Senters- Little Red Riding Hood is a European folktale, first published by Charles Perrault in 1697. Brother’s Grimm published a happier version of the tale in the early 1800’s. Click here to read versions by Perrault, Brother’s Grimm and other early writers. To see modern examples of Little Red Riding Hood, click here. SETTING In […]