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A teacher will always look at the intention, what the writer is trying to achieve.  This might be a set piece of work by the tutor or a student's idea.  A poem can make the reader feel different emotions and a story can teach a moral, an important lesson.  The teacher will analyse the language, the grammar, the tone, the pace and structure of the piece to check the exercise.

With creative writing at any age they look for the sentence structures. But with primary school students as well its looking at the ideas they can get down. If it is a story, then the focus is to see how it develops. In any writing in primary schools, grammar and spelling is always being looked at.

Tutors can check creative writing by looking at grammar, sentence structures, and correct use of language.

The text would be written and then sent as an attachment for me to check over! I'd mark it, return it and then talk about in in the lesson.

Sometimes, it's simply the general idea of your idea.  It's true you might lose a couple marks becuase of your writing, but if your speaking is good,  you can ask your teachers if you could do the project orally.

I hope this helped

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