your shots: Whether you decide to sit down and extensively visualize each shot of the story, or simply walk through the venue in your mind, you will want to think about the type of shots that will work best to tell your story. I recommend beginners first start out by creating a “shot list” for the story. Each shot will work like a sentence in a one-paragraph story. Typically, you can start with 10 shots. Each shot must emphasize a different concept or emotion that can be woven together with the other images for the final draft of the story.
In conclusion as to why youth is so difficult to define, as it is quite diverse and complex and there are numerous reasoning behind the concept of youth from nature v nurture to cultural and sociological explanations it also varies globally as their values and beliefs differ from others therefor as jones notes (2010) 'when youth is taken to mean age, then it really is just a word'. Therefore the concept of youth will always be difficult to define as there is no neutral definition and we all define the concept of youth in many different ways.
On the face of it, you can easily tell that these are topics that appear to be more of tutorials than most of the other topics that you write about, and because of this reason you need to write them in the same manner. The first thing about writing these kinds of paper is that you must have a layout that you will work with. A good layout makes your work easier in the sense that it gives you a blueprint that you can follow as you proceed into writing the paper. Always have a layout and use this to structure the rest of the paper. You can follow this from step to step as you write, because this is the only way you will be able to make the paper flow from the first step to the last one, hence the reason why it is referred to as a concept paper.