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  • 1. Teaching Writing, Teaching Media A Curriculum by Peter Elbow In Collaboration with the Media Education Foundation
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  • 6. Free writing ; Low Stakes Assignment
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  • 11. Free Write : Activity
    • Link the Plot: Some framework and development of interesting plot
    • 1. Students are given a story start and ending, eg.
    • Start : Tim brought his skateboard to school.
    • Ending : Everyone was sent home at lunch time.
    • 2. Students write in between sequence of events, either by:
    • (a) 3-4 dot points or (b) Writing in full
  • 12. Free Write : Advantages • Expand one of your bullet points . • Students write STARTS and ENDINGS on strips. Lucky dip from each to write . • Draw comic strip of events before writing . • Use this strategy for oral story-telling .