Welcome to the March 7, 2020 edition of the Teach Write Writing Round-Up. Thank you for stopping by!
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Ever told your students to “add more details?” Alan Wright gives specific craft moves to help students in “Helping Young Writers Understand the Significance of Details”.
Whether you are writing a book or a blog post, Stephen King has 22 tips for you in “22 Lessons From Stephen King On How To Be A Great Writer”.
Writing about reading doesn’t have to be all in words. Why not try a one-pager which combines art with writing? Betsy Potash shares her tips in this post on The Cult of Pedagogy.
Building a classroom writing community begins with the teacher becoming a writer first. Read Stacey Shubitz’s article, “Why Teachers Need to Write with Students” on Middleweb and learn how to become the lead writer in your classroom.
If you are considering joining a writers group, check out these tips from The Write Conversation Blog.
Waiting for inspiration to strike may not be a productive idea, but a daily writing habit just might be. Jane Anne Staw explains more in “The Myth of Inspiration.”
That's all for this week's edition of the Teach Write Writing Round-Up. I will see you again next week with more tips!
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