Monday, July 20, 2015

Raising Creative Writers in the Classroom - Sharing is Caring Teacher Blogging Collaborative

By Deann Marin (Socrates Lantern) 

Ever wonder what makes a creative writer? See what these educators are doing to inspire their students to love writing.


                                                 Creative Writing Tips from Pixar

  By Lisa Robles of Lisa TeachR's Classroom
Want some writing tips from best storytellers around? I found this great info-graphic detailing the top 22 tips from Pixar. I took a few and discuss how to use them in a classroom.


How to Teach Creative Writing Every Day

By Marypat Mahoney of Just Add Students
Students love creative writing activities. But all too often, we have to put those fun activities on the back burner. Here is an easy way to engage students in creative writing in every class.

Poetry Workshop

By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern
Usually when I tell my students that we are going to learn how to write poems, some of them say, “I can’t write a poem,” or “Yuck, Poetry!.” By the end of the workshop, which takes about 2-3 weeks, most of the kids realize that they can in fact write all sorts of poems and they even like it.
By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning
By far, the best idea I have ever found to create better writers is to make sure that kids are writing every day. Good writers are people who write.


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