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Letting Other Author's Words Awaken Our Own

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Caelan Tracy

on 26 May 2014

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Letting Other Author's Words Awaken Our Own
Teaching Point
Writers read great stories in order to writer great stories. An author's stories and ideas will often spark the reader's stories and ideas.


Listen as I read a story to you, and see if it sparks memories for you. I'll be doing this too.
Memories
Does this story remind you of anything that happened in your own life?
reread, and write!
Listen as I reread the story. Let it spark memories in you of "one time when..."


Now let's write!!
Stretching moments
If you are stuck, pretend you are in the story yourself.


Example: sea glass
Debrief
Meet with your writing partner. Take a tour of each other's notebooks. Show your partners example of specific pieces of writing you are especially proud of.

Goals - after talking to your partners, what would you like to work on in your writing?
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