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EWC’s half day workshop on Short Story

Saturday 6 May, 9.30 a m to 1.00 p m at the ICES

23 participants including 9 EWC members, a Bangladeshi Buddhist monk and a Buddhist nun from Myanmar. 422 more words

English Writers Cooperative

Imitation Game

Tonight I’ll share one of my favorite prompts to use in writing workshop. It’s all about imitation.


Mary Oliver writes in  219 more words


Year-End Sharing, Reflecting and Celebrating

At the end of every school year, we make time for our annual school-wide writing share. It’s a simple affair. Parents drop in, first thing in the morning, and sit with their child for about twenty minutes, looking through writer’s notebooks and writing folders, and they listen to their child share a few pieces aloud. 276 more words

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What Did You Just Say?

2. Something your kids said that made you think.

Let me start off with this disclaimer:  The Imaginative One is a ferocious reader.  He almost always has a book in his hand.   303 more words

Imaginative One

Write Your First Novel Part Three Plotter vs Pantser: To Outline or Not to Outline…

“Nora Roberts says she never knows where her story is going, that she sits down at the computer to find out.”

Writers, when they aren’t writing, love to talk about writing. 977 more words


Writer Workshop May 24th, 2017

(Posted by chris the cynic)

Those of you who also frequent Ana Mardoll’s Ramblings will find this somewhat familiar.  Here, as there, it was requested that there be a regular post to talk about writing projects (and other artwork-creation). 66 more words

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Literacy Coaches: How do you assess your impact?

A few months ago I received an email from a curriculum director in a district where I sometimes do a bit of consulting: Did I have any data regarding my impact in schools? 991 more words

Writing Workshop