Welcome to the June 8, 2019 edition of the Teach Write Writing Round-Up.
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Jennifer Gonzales shares a some great thoughts on student grammar errors in this Cult of Pedagogy post.
Lori Freeland explores how breaking a few writing rules every now and then can make writing more lively and engaging in this Writers in the Storm post.
Katie Alford and Jessica Singer Early reflect on how writing within a community of other teacher-writers at a National Writing Project Summer Institute changed them as writers and teachers of writers in this NCTE article.
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Tammy Breitweiser shares her thoughts from participating in Julie Duffy's Story a Day contest this past May in this post on Medium.
Larry Ferlazzo explores how to incorporate writing into your social studies instruction in his recent EdWeek post.
Are you a fake writer? Read this post from K.M. Weiland and find out.