4 Lessons Learned in Writing and Revision by Millie Ho This past weekend, I finished revising the novel I started this April. The New Story has been sent to beta readers, and I’ll do more revision once I get their feedback, but for now, the hardest part is over. Here’s a timeline of my writing progress: April: Ditched the Long-Suffering Manuscript and plotted a new novel, the New Story.May: Finished writing Draft One by turning off my brain.
Getting started with Englicious Welcome to Englicious Englicious is a brand new online library of original and innovative English language teaching resources closely tailored to the New 2014 UK National Curriculum. The site focuses on the teaching of spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG), but includes a host of additional materials for teaching other areas of the English language. Englicious will help your students: learn about English grammar in a fun way, using interactive online resources, including exercises, projects and games, all of which can be projected onto an interactive whiteboarddevelop their literacy skills, with a focus on spelling, punctuation and writingstimulate their enjoyment of (using) language, both in spoken and written formenhance their confidenceimprove their test scores, especially the Year 3 and Year 6 SPaG tests Englicious offers teachers:
Donald-Trump-Makes-History-With-Zero-Major-9887263 With just a little over a month until election day, Donald Trump has racked up zero major newspaper endorsements, a first for any major party nominee in American history. While newspaper endorsements don’t necessarily change voters’ minds, this year’s barrage of anti-Trump endorsements could actually move the needle come November, experts say. “It’s significant,” Jack Pitney, professor of government at California’s Claremont McKenna College, told TheWrap. “The cumulative effect of all these defections could have an impact on moderate Republicans.” Also Read: Hillary Clinton Wins Presidential Endorsement From Arizona Republic Some conservative papers, which have endorsed Republicans for decades, are now breaking with tradition to endorse Hillary Clinton or, at the very least, urge their readers not to vote for Trump.
5 apps for increasing independence for adults with autism With the increase in adults with autism living in the community in their own home or apartment whether alone with support or with others with support, the development of apps for smartphones and tablets will make the all the difference. Many of those who are now embarking on this huge transition are of the age where using a tablet in school or on a daily basis was not something they were used to. Therefore, apps are not the first thing their parents go to for learning. Some use pictures from magazines or familiar photos taped to a poster board, or the use of white boards on the refrigerator to teach a skill. But a combination of the 'old school' method developed by Linda Hogdon, CCC-SLP in her book Visual Strategies For Improving Communication. as well as apps for mobile devices with support from direct care professionals and parents, an adult with autism will find keeping up with daily household tasks and grooming will be easier to attain.
Fundamentals of Fiction, Part III: Critique Groups and Writers' Groups Fundamentals of Fiction, Part III: Critique Groups and Writers' Groups by Marg Gilks Return to Fiction Tips & Techniques · Print-Friendly Version "You must want to enough.
10 of My Favorite Writing Craft Sites The writing journey is all about discovering what works best of for each of us as individual, and very unique, writers. Learning from others is valuable in helping us glean tips and fit together the puzzle pieces that will form our own writing processes. Today, I’d like to share with you ten of the sites that inspire, educate, and help me refine my process—plus, they’re run by a bunch of super awesome folks!
OWL - online writing lab If you are having trouble locating a specific resource, please visit the search page or the Site Map. The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material, and we provide these as a free service of the Writing Lab at Purdue. Students, members of the community, and users worldwide will find information to assist with many writing projects. Teachers and trainers may use this material for in-class and out-of-class instruction. For more information about services for the Purdue University community, including one-to-one consultations, ESL conversation groups and workshops, please visit the Writing Lab site.
How this travel guide for black motorists during Jim Crow will be brought to life Despite efforts to limit our history to just textbooks in classrooms and stories they told us about ourselves, we have a vast history that can not be ignored. The importance of uncovering our history and learning more about our heroes is what led author and playwright Calvin Ramsey to launch his new project. With his newest project, The Green Chronicles, Ramsey seeks to tell the story of Victor Green. The mailman in New York City for 20 years created a travel guide for black people.
Top 8 Mental Health Apps For Your Wellbeing It is no surprise that mental health apps, particularly those that help people meditate and relax, are taking off at an astonishing rate. Mental health experts have been touting the benefits of meditation on a variety of health issues for years. Several studies have shown that meditation can greatly improve mental health, but can also positively impact physical health as well. Find the Right ONLINE CRITIQUE GROUP For You! Every writer needs honest, constructive feedback. With increasing frequency, writers turn to online critique groups for that support. These virtual fraternities come in all flavors and sizes, from those specializing in science fiction, horror or children’s books, to communities of general interest. There are groups for beginners; others cater to more advanced crowds. These choices can bewilder. Worse, a poor choice can undermine your confidence, clutter your mailbox and expose you to the risk of plagiarism.
You Asked: The Ultimate Guide to Writing Genre’s Welcome to another, You Asked, the Experts Answer, segment. This week ‘s question is: What are the major literary genre’s? In simple terms, genre is the type of story you’re writing and it’s best if you know where your story fits before you begin; however, sometimes it evolves as your storyline develops. Guidelines for Reading and Analyzing Literature Literature is classified by genre (type or kind). Although critics disagree on how to define and label different genres, the three basic forms of literature are prose, drama, and poetry. Most works we read as literature are imaginative (fictional), but some nonimaginative (nonfictional) works are read as literature as well.
girlshealth.gov Computers, cellphones, and other kinds of technology can be great. But sometimes they can be used to really hurt someone. Keep reading to learn more about cyberbullying: What is cyberbullying? top Cyberbullying is hurting someone again and again using a computer, a cellphone, or another kind of electronic technology.