The Writing Round-Up {3.23.19}

Welcome to the March 23, 2019 edition of the Teach Write Writing Round-Up!

Every week, this Writing Round-Up gathers together tips for teaching writing and for growing as a teacher who writes.

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Now, onto this week's tips!

Poetry Sparks for April:

Sarah Donovan wants to help you and your students write poetry in April. Visit her website to learn more and to sign up to receive a poetry idea every day during Poetry Month!

Creativity Boost:

Finding that you need a boost in the creativity department? Do your students? Check out "5 Ways to Boost Creativity in Just Ten Minutes" from A.L. Grady.

The Science Behind Feedback:

How can we provide feedback to our student-writers that will help them grow? Learn about the science behind feedback in the article, "The Feedback Fallacy" from Harvard Business Review and decide.

Starting Stories Strong:

I love these tips for starting a story out strong! (They can be easily adapted for the classroom too.) Check out "A Checklist for First Chapters" from Debb