We hope through this weekly blog to spark ideas with timely information about writing instruction. These posts will present nuggets that you can consider as you plan your next week or even your next day. You will find strategies for helping students come up with ideas for research and writing, peer review, expansion, and conferencing.
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This personal poetry activity is based on the work by George Ella Lyon. It is an easy way to help writers create poetry using what they know best – themselves!
Everyday places often provide a backdrop for some of the significant moments of our lives.
Here are ten fun strategies from the IWP to support writers in your class or for writing at home.
IWP Celebrates the National Day on Writing Thurs. Evening, Oct. 24 with Expert on Writing & Equity Tonya Perry -- Register NOW!
Thursday, October 24th 4:30 - 8:00 PM Jimmy's Place - 7411 W. Madison St., Forest Park IL
The following workshops were offered online for summer 2020. Any of these can be provided for teachers in your school or district during the academic year as well. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information Teaching Writing -- Mornings, July 6