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Welcome To The Page Of Generators!

Welcome To The Page Of Generators!
Character Generators Generators to make specific kinds of characters, from people to professions to unique beings. Great for when you need that level of detail! General Characters General Character Generator Produces highly detailed randomly generated character descriptions in both anime and non-anime style. Quick Character Generator Creates quick character profiles in a variety of settings, from anime to fantasy. Animal-Humanoids Anthropomorphic Animal Generator Humanoid animals, including options for professons/genres and using mythical/non-mythical creatures. For The Fans Anime Fanboy Fantasy Fulfiller What's the next fanservicey character to jiggle into a game or anime? Specific Characters Deities Gods and goddesses for your worlds, games, and art. Miscellaneous Kaiju Generator For all your city-destroying, rampaging, friend-to-all-children monster needs! More Resources!

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Writing about Food and Culture Do you have a teen gourmet or budding chef in the house? Have any of your kids traveled overseas? These writing activities invite them to explore recipes, describe travel experiences with food, or write a restaurant review. Encourage your high schoolers to explore their culinary passion or hobby with one of these projects that encourages writing about food and culture. This article contains affiliate links for books we think your family will enjoy. Writing Project: American As Apple Pie

Random Word Generator - Creative online tool to generating words for brainstorming. This is an online brainstorming tool I made that generates random words. This word randomizer should help spark your creative imagination if you're looking to think up a domain name, a band name, a project name or whatever. Right now it generates 6 random words by default but you can change that to generate anywhere from two to ten words. For band names and projects, I find that setting the random word chooser to three or four words gives you optimal results to work with. If you're looking to start a website, I've also created a page with tools that helps you create blog names. Once you click the generate button, the random words will appear just below the button.

Creating Characters with Music Posted 01/13/2015 7:07PM | Last Commented 01/19/2015 11:08AM “You want to write a great story? Create a character. Make everyone fall in love in him. Then get him in trouble.” -- Bruce Coville LearnEnglish Teens learner diary Every week learners look at a different section of the website. Each activity encourages learners to choose a topic that interests them and to explore it in a structured way. They are also required to reflect on their opinion of the website and to prepare for sharing their learning experience with their peers in the next lesson. Each sharing activity has a communicative purpose and is designed to take 10–15 minutes, but could take longer, or be extended if the students are particularly engaged. Here is a step-by-step approach to using the diary with your teenage students: Set regular days for discussing the diary which allow students ample time to complete the tasks (and you ample time for marking!).

TheForge : fantasy name generator Welcome to TheForge, a collection of Fantasy name and word generators, designed to spark the imagination and kindle the creative process. TheForge is a robust network of databases and sophisticated action-scripting. Nonetheless, using TheForge is a simple and intuitive process, thanks in no small part to the utility's streamlined interface. This fusion of simplicity and power is what has garnered TheForge its acclaim and popularity as one of the foremost name generators on the internet. Unlike most name generators, TheForge does not issue "assembly line" creations. Many times, users are faced with an overwhelming flood of quantity over quality.

The Persuasive Writing Pack The Persuasive Writing Pack offers teaching resources, activity sheets and display materials to help your children to develop their persuasive writing skills. Join Teaching Packs to download these resources today. In this Teaching Pack… Eleven Persuasive Writing Posters - Use these PDF posters as a guide for teaching children about the features of persuasive writing. Display them on your interactive whiteboard or print them for use on a display!

Write Source - Grades 6-8 Personal Narrative Giving Life It was a hot summer day. My dad and I were getting ready to go out for a ride on the boat with my friend Katie and the dog. That’s when the phone call came, the call that made that bright, beautiful day a cold, dark, gloomy one. I had just put on my suit, shorts, and tank top, and packed my bag with sunscreen and everything else I would need for the day. The Art of Character Development As authors, it is our Duty To create lovable, enticing Characters And do horrible, evil things to Them. This guide is designed to help people with writer's block, role-players of all levels, and people who are just interested in psychology and philosophy as it applies to fiction. Here you'll find tips, examples, suggestions, general information to aid in creating rounded fictional characters for your stories and/or RPGs, and perhaps even information useful for everyday life. There are many aspects of character development, and your character could be nearly as deep and complete as anyone you might know in real life. However, there are basic keys to fleshing out a character that can help break through blocks and get you and your creation on their way to a great story. ♦ Being informed is a vital part of all storytelling.

Guess Your Feedback I am currently reading Embedded Formative Assessment by Dylan William (2011). I came across these sentences about providing feedback on students’ writing: … instead of writing comments in the students’ notebooks, [the teacher] did so on strips of paper. Each group of four students received their four essays and the four strips of paper, and the group had to decide which comment belonged with which essay. (pg. 130) That is so smart, isn’t it?

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