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Throwback Week: A Peek Inside Dana's Writer's Notebook

This week on Two Writing Teachers, we each chose another co-author’s previously published post to feature as part of our very own Throwback Week. I am kicking it off, with a great one, originally posted by Dana. 636 more words

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Song Lyrics Creation Continued

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WN #48: Inspired by Music

Ode to Sleep: by Twenty One Pilots (recommended by a classmate!)

As you listen to the music, write down your reactions to it.  

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Song Lyrics Creation Day

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WN #47: Inspired by Music

Falling Slowly: (lyrics by Glen Hansard) from the musical, Once.

As you listen to the music, write down your reactions to it.  

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Full Stops

Good Morning Daisy Community,

This morning Miss Savage our lovely pre-service teacher taught a writing lesson with a focus on full stops and capital letters. She played this fabulous game with the kids called… 54 more words

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Song Lyrics Workshop Day

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WN #46: Inspired by Music

With My Own Two Hands by Jack Johnson and Ben Harper

As you listen to the music, write down your reactions to it.  

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Analyzing Song Lyrics

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WN #45: Inspired by Music

Mad World by Michael Andrews and Gary Jules

As you listen to the music, write down your reactions to it.  

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Note-Taking: A Writing Genre Worthy of a Curriculum of Its Own

Note-taking has many connotations. When you think of note-taking, you might imagine this:

Or even this:

As with instruction in other areas, we often bring to note-taking instruction our own experiences, however grand (or limited) they might be. 1,217 more words

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