Moral Lessons

    
   Writers have a real responsibility to spread certain values to their readers.
   This is especially the case if you write for kids and teens. 
  
   I have taken my responsibility of writing with an important message and
   moral very seriously. I love writing nonfictional articles and stories for
   children and teens. I think that teens can learn so much from reading
   material that offers that kind of guidance.      
  
   However, when you write for kids and teens, the message cannot be
   preachy or assertoric otherwise you will loose your readers altogether. Teens
   and tweens need material that is friendly yet leaves them thinking about how
   they can do better as human beings as they grow up.
  
   But how do we inspire this in our readers?  There are several ways that we
   could do this.
  
   1.  We must present a message that appeals to teens and what they can
   relate to. Teens must know that we care through what we write for them.
  
   2.  We must write to the teen as if the teen is our friend and we know what
   they are going through. Writing down to the teen won’t ever work. Most
   times, the teen will never read our work again.
  
   3.  We must urge our readers to go beyond the ordinary and to strive to be
   the best that they can be. This need not be through didactic discourse as it is
   through encouragement.
  
   4.  We must write manuscripts that are inpirational to the teen. This will
   help the teen to believe that she can do whatever she puts her minds to.
                                     
   5.  If we can inspire teens and tweens to do and be their best through our
   writing, they will want to read our articles and books because they will make
   them feel so good about themselves and their lives.
  
   6.  Through our writing, we should try and inspire kids and teens to excel
   and to be questioning standards that are portrayed through the media and
   society so that they could do the best that they could to really make a
   difference in their lives.
  
   7.  Your writing should always make a kid or teen feel better about life
   and not worse. Kids are usually fundamentally happy by nature, so writing
   about material that is depressing won’t really appeal to them.
  
   So, determine the type of writer you want to be and the type of moral you
   want to portray through your writing. Once you determine what this is, you
   will have created your niche for your writing. 
   
   
    ~ Irene

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