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  • It can be a struggle to get our students to write creatively. It’s usually because they are out of practice and need to learn the process.
  • 4 elements to ease the struggle: Inspire, Safe environment, learn the process, practice constantly
  • 4 elements to ease the struggle: Inspire, Safe environment, learn the process, practice constantly
  • http://Oneword.com
  • http://Smories.com
  • http://Plinky.com
  • http://moodstream.gettyimages.com/
  • ©Kevin Hodgson, Dogtrax.edublogs.org
  • 4 elements to ease the struggle: Inspire, Safe environment, learn the process, practice constantly
  • 4 elements to ease the struggle: Inspire, Safe environment, learn the process, practice constantly
  • http://5card.cogdogblog.comYou are dealt five random photos for each draw, and your task is to select one each time to add to a selection of images, that taken together as a final set of 5 images- tell a story in pictures”.
  • 4 elements to ease the struggle: Inspire, Safe environment, learn the process, practice constantly
  • http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/story-starters/
  • http://Whatmakesme.com.au
  • http://ywp.nanowrimo.org/how-does-nanowrimo-work-for-educators
  • http://Whatmakesme.com.au
  • http://Whatmakesme.com.au
  • http://100wordstory.org
  • http://Smories.com
  • http://Smories.com
  • 4 elements to ease the struggle: Inspire, Safe environment, learn the process, practice constantly

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  • 1. Motivatedto Write!Tips & Tools to Inspire
  • 2. “The pages are still blank, but there is a miraculous feeling of the words beingthere, written in invisible ink and clamoring to become visible.” ~Vladimir Nabakov
  • 3. Really?!You want me towrite!?#$
  • 4. Motivate to write!
  • 5. Free flow editing
  • 6. Oneword.com
  • 7. Oneword.com
  • 8. Plinky.com
  • 9. Usemusic
  • 10. Moodstream.gettyimages.com
  • 11. Brainstorming, Birth of an Idea by Superlative00, FlickrBrainstorming
  • 12. Storyboarding ©Kevin Hodgson, Dogtrax.edublogs.org
  • 13. Storyboards 3D App for iPad
  • 14. Tip: Use Graphic Organizers
  • 15. Create Concept Maps
  • 16. Create a safeenvironment!
  • 17. Create a SceneLessonstream.org
  • 18. Word Cloud Story by @Marisa_CUse Word Cloud Tools
  • 19. Add to VoiceThread
  • 20. 5card.cogdogblog.com
  • 21. Why? Take it outside
  • 22. Scholastic.com/teachers/story-starters/
  • 23. A daily audio or writing journal
  • 24. WritingFix.com
  • 25. Exclusivetutors.com/apps/journaljar
  • 26. ywp.nanowrimo.org/how-does-nanowrimo-work-for-educators
  • 27. Whatmakesme.com.au
  • 28. WritingFix.com
  • 29. 100wordstory.org
  • 30. Storyit.com
  • 31. Bogglesworldesl.com/creativ ewriting.htm
  • 32. Get them to write!
  • 33. Our students can bethe heroes of their life story, we just need to inspire them to begin the story…Image by John Corvera, Flickr
  • 34. ShellyTerrell@gmail.comTeacherRebootCamp.com Bit.ly/ShellTerrell