Non-anniversary and otherwer weird celebrations. Creative writing topics. PoetryWordgames. Tweet with emojis. Twiducate - Social Networking & Media For Schools. 35 Activities for (Twitter) creative writing. Writing greetings for a weird occasion. Free Creative Writing Prompts #6: Dark, Distrurbing, and Weird. A combination of things has led me to write this latest list of Free Creative Writing Prompts.
I experienced a lot of negativity this past weekend at work and home and it has been pretty difficult to weather. My father was recently diagnosed with prostate cancer and today he is undergoing a blood test to check if the cancer has spread (update: it hasn’t! Hooray!). Lastly, on a more upbeat note, I am a huge fan of the 1960s television series, “The Twilight Zone.” This gives me a good background in the stories of the odd variety.
Most of the prompts on this site have dealt with life: past, present, and future. Happy (and weird) writing! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Horrible Cards - Greeting Cards by The Oatmeal. Horrible Cards are Copyright © 2012 Matthew Inman.
Please don't steal. The Oatmeal. List of games on I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue. This is a list of games featured on BBC Radio 4's long-running "antidote to panel games", I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue.
Some are featured more frequently than others. Ad-Lib Poetry The host gives a line of a poem, and each panelist has to continue the poem, continuing to speak until a buzzer sounds, at which point it goes to the next panelist. Tim-Brooke Taylor is reportedly have stated to show a strong hatred for this game. Backwards A song is played backwards, and the panelist has to guess what the song is. The Bad-Tempered Clavier Panellists attempt to sing a song perfectly in tune while Colin Sell plays wrong notes, changes key and changes tempo. Blues Each team has to improvise a blues song on a topic given by the other team, such as the "Trichologist's blues" or the "Kerry Packer blues". Board-o Call My Bluff Keywords. Ceri Jones: The dog ate it (micro writing activities) Sometimes lessons take a direction we didn't expect.
In this post I'm going to describe a short, off-the-cuff writing exercise that I did some time ago with a group of teenager students. I had been running a workshop with some teachers at a local school, so a colleague took my classes for me. She had a lesson to teach and homework to set. I was very sceptical about the homework being done. It's bad enough when I set it, but even worse when the kids think they're never going to see the teacher who set it again.I wanted to make a point, that homework is homework, whoever sets it; that we teachers work together, collaborate, know what's going on, even when we're not there; that lessons are planned and homework's all part of the big picture.
Rather than just ask for the homework, or wait for the first, keen volunteer to hand their homework to me , I decided, at the last minute, to write up on the board before the class , in big red letters: Did you do your homework? This was the first one. Ceri Jones - Micro-writing: small things make a big difference. Hashtag #microwriting sur Twitter. Tweets avec des réponses de Writing Prompts (@writingprompt) Twitter fiction: 21 authors try their hand at 140-character novels. Geoff Dyer I know I said that if I lived to 100 I'd not regret what happened last night.
But I woke up this morning and a century had passed. Sorry. James Meek He said he was leaving her. Jackie Collins She smiled, he smiled back, it was lust at first sight, but then she discovered he was married, too bad it couldn't go anywhere. Ian Rankin I opened the door to our flat and you were standing there, cleaver raised. Blake Morrison Blonde, GSOH, 28. David Lodge "Your money or your life! " AM Homes Sometimes we wonder why sorrow so heavy when happiness is like helium. Sophie Hannah. Fiction Fight/Blogathon. Creative writing. Numérique et enseignement - utiliser Twitter en cours d'anglais pour favoriser la production écrite. Espace pédagogique > actions éducatives > délégation au numérique > documentation Utilisation de Twitter en classe d'anglais avec des terminales MSA.
Professeur : Caroline Auffray au Lycée LPO Joubert- Maillard à Ancenis Public visé : Lycéens en lycée professionnel - Terminale MSA (secrétariat/ comptabilité) Thématique : la ville, le tourisme, les infrastructures urbaines Tâche finale de la séquence : Organiser un enterrement de vie de célibataire à Dublin. Les points clés de l'événement à traiter et à exposer lors de leur présentation orale : - lister les activités proposées au participants pendant le week-end - présenter les possibilités d'hébergement et de restauration sur place. - proposer les moyens de transport possibles - donner des conseils aux participants type « checklist ». Quels étaient les objectifs de cette utilisation de Twitter ? CE2 Les Groseilliers sur Twitter : "Nous sommes allés voir un spectacle qui s'appelle "la brique de cristal" à la salle de la quintaine. La classe. Cm1bleu (@CM1bleu)