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Creative Writing Prompts For High School Students Whether you're a student or a teacher, these writing prompts for high school students are going to come in handy if you're looking to inspire better writing. Often, kids get stuck – confused, exasperated, irritated – putting their thoughts on paper, because they're bored with the same old book reports, essays and summaries. But one of the only ways to become a better writer is to keep at it whether the assignment is motivational or not. You're never going to become a better 3-point shooter if you don't stand behind the line and make the shots.
Nine Excellent (Yet Free) Online Word Cloud Generators There are many online word cloud generator out there for web users, but getting by free and good ones is not that easy. That is why I am sharing Nine Excellent (Yet Free) Online Word Cloud Generators. Read each entry in the list and see which one suits your needs best. You are welcome if you want to share more online word cloud generators that our readers/viewers may like. 8 Fun Creative Writing Lesson Plans for High School Students Are you struggling to keep your creative writing classes new and interesting? Maybe your students are getting bored with learning terminology, or maybe you’re getting bored reading the same, stock writing over and over again! If you’re looking for a way to jazz up your class time, sometimes throwing the rulebook away is the best place to start.
Open Source DCoT Application - Word Counter I am in the process of performing some analysis on the posts on Daily Cup of Tech. One of the things that I want to do is a word count and frequency analysis on the entire blog.Now, I could go with good ol’ pen and paper and start counting every single word on the blog. But, that would take me quite a mount of time, not to mention that I would not learn anything in the process. So, I decided to export the contents of my mySQL database the runs behind the scenes at DCoT to a text file and then download a word and frequency counter. Do you think I could find a word counter that would count all of the words in the file and then count how many times each word appears? No luck.
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Kids Watercolor Fruit Still Life - Emma Owl This is a GREAT example of something that looks so spectacularly difficult, yet if you follow the 3 steps is so easy. This watercolor fruit still life is something a 4 year old can do well!! The results are stunning! The process is fun and involves active participation from the little artist, and did I say easy… Promise!! I have a wonderful class full of enthusiastic talented children, who I am lucky enough to visit every so often. The art of modern writing Learning to write is one of the fundamental skills we gain from our time at school. Writing is one of the cornerstones of learning and we devote significant time and energy towards its mastery. Skilled writing is a mark of an educated individual and a skill required for academic success. But in the modern world what makes a skilled writer? What has changed about writing and what literary skills should we focus our attention on.
17 Classroom Winter Crafts That Will Warm Your Students' Hearts - WeAreTeachers The weather’s turning, the holidays are approaching, and kids are getting wiggly! Sounds like a perfect time to get creative! Try one (or more!) of these adorable, easy-to-do winter crafts and watch your kids light up. WRITING ADVICE: The Narrative Arc I've been travelling around Australia this past month, talking about my new book THE WILD GIRL. Inevitably, I've been asked many questions about my creative process. In my usual fashion, I talk about my narrative arc and how I cannot begin writing a novel until I 'see' the clear shape of my dramatic arc, or, to put it in more simple terms, my story thread with its bright beads of scenes, leading strongly and powerfully to my endpoint, my crisis and resolution. After a session earlier this week, I was asked to explain more about the narrative arc but a woman who was wanting desperately tow rite but had never heard the term before.