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–Dani Shapiro in Still Writing: The Perils and Pleasures of a Creative Life (2013, 123) In February 2008, Stacey was reading one of her student’s writer’s notebooks and came across a piece of writing about his sister’s lost necklace. Christian wrote an entire entry about the outrage he felt when his mother made the family drop everything to search for his sister’s lost necklace in their apartment. Thirty minutes after they lifted up couch cushions and checked under all of the beds, her necklace turned up on her neck! There was something about his entry, this little snippet of Christian’s life. That experience gave Stacey an idea: she could use “slice of life” stories to inspire her fourth graders who weren’t writing in their writer’s notebooks with the same gusto as Christian. The individual challenge began on Two Writing Teachers in 2008 and has grown each year. 21 Clever Writing Prompts That Will Unleash Your Students' Creativity.
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Visual Storytelling: 5 Classroom Projects and Lesson Ideas That Combine Art and Writing. Here are five project ideas to inspire students to use both writing and art to create a work that is powerful and new. 1.
The Portrait Photo EssayA photo essay is a wonderful way to educate and engage the public. Whereas one photo can catch a viewer's interest, multiple photos can tell an in-depth story. Creating a portrait photo essay is a combination of art and journalism. You begin with planning. 2. Students as Creators & Personalized Learning. Tech Skills for Online Testing. Online Book Clubs. Teaching Writing with Technology. Free English Reading comprehension tests and exercises online. Reading comprehension is also an important part when you take an English test.
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