Writing Enrichment

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AUTHOR
Kate Walker
DIMENSION
9,70 MB
FILE NAME
Writing Enrichment.pdf
ISBN
3758742431458

DESCRIPTION

Not another book about coming up with ideas for stories, but how to actually WRITE them! These exercises are crafted around the specific process whereby students learn to write. (See introduction.) Low stress for teachers & students alike. No pre-class prep. Open the booklet and read. For Classroom Teachers, Home Schoolers & Keen Young Writers working alone. Text types include fiction, poetry, diary & letter writing, historical recording, fable, reminiscence & biography. A radically different way to teach & learn creative writing & story craft. Originally developed for students with learning difficulties, these exercises have been extended for general use The author, Kate Walker, has been a professional writer for 30+ years, & taught creative writing for 20+ years to adults & school students of all ages & abilities. Over many hours in the classroom she developed this unique approach.

Start by having your students brainstorm together as a class to develop a theme to write about. Ask them to each write a one-page short story on that theme. Hello Select your address Best Sellers Today's Deals New Releases Electronics Books Customer Service Gift Ideas Home Computers Gift Cards Sell Writing assignments don't have to be boring! If you'd like to provide fun, inspiring writing ideas for your child, check out these free online tutorials, fun writing prompts,clever enrichment activities, and creative inspiration. MindChamps Writing is an experiential programme that helps your Year 1 to Year 5 child master the art of writing - both for creative expression and for academic excellence.

In short, enrichment activities are ones that "enrich" the educational experience. Providing enrichment opportunities for writing beyond the curriculum gives students time to study concepts with greater depth, breadth, and complexity. It also provides opportunities for them to pursue learning in their own areas of interest and strength.

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