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Poetry writing is forever! These poetry writing lessons will help your kids to see the world through a poet’s eyes, and create beautiful free-verse poems that are dazzling display pieces. Creative, divergent thinking pops off the page. Complete writer’s workshop lessons—16 in all—will build poetr
Hi! I'm Livia Blackburne, author of the NY Times bestselling young adult novel Midnight Thief. In July of 2015, I ran a week long creative writing camp for middle and high school students. We had a ton of fun, and the students wrote some great short stories and novellas! After the camp, I revised my
Teach your students how to craft and punctuate strong dialogue with this mini-lesson and writing workshop! Equipped with everything you need to teach hard and soft skills around writing dialogue, this lesson is a must-have when you're teaching narrative writing!With the slideshow, students will lear
This is one of my favorite writing workshop units to teach! This unit is ideal for that after Thanksgiving before Christmas time when the kids are SO excited about the holidays they can't even see straight! :) I like to use their enthusiasm to teach them about the writing process and the six traits.
Sick of repeating the advice, "Show. Don't Tell?" Are your students rushing their writing or turning in vague, boring work? Every writer needs to learn the crucial rule of showing, not telling in their work. With this writing workshop mini-lesson, students will learn what it means to show, not tell,
Created by a NY Times Bestselling Author! Lesson three is about characterization. Students learn the tips and tricks that make a well rounded character. Through brainstorming exercises, mock interviews, and character autobiographies, students develop their main character's life experience and per
Show your students how to write concisely and with precision using this mini lesson! If you're sick of reading pages and pages of vague or wordy sentences, then this lesson is a must-have for your classroom! This lesson will create awareness within your students so that they can strengthen their own
Created by a NY Times Bestselling Author! Lesson four is about plot. What drives a plot and keeps the reader engaged? Students will learn basic plot structure, from inciting incident to climax, as well as tips for organizing everything in between. Then, they’ll draw plot charts for their own stor
This Santa's workshop themed Roll-A-Story will have your students engaged and having fun as they roll a dice to determine the setting, character and problem of their Santa's Workshop Christmas themed story! There are 2 different types of lined paper and a story planning sheet to help them brainstorm
Created by a NY Times Bestselling Author! Lesson two is all about figuring out what to write. Sometimes the muse is ready to meet us, but other times we have to go look for her. This presentation leads students through eleven writing prompts. After they complete the exercise, they pick their favor
Created by a NY Times Bestselling Author! Lesson five is about setting and description. How do writers bring an entire world to life through simple words? Students will learn the secrets of precise and descriptive prose and how to filter a description through a character’s point of view. Then th
This resource gives an overview of the flash fiction genre with practical suggestions on how to develop students' creative flash fiction writing in a workshop setting. Included in the resource are a number of original photographs as idea generators and an original, published piece by the author wit
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
Inspire spooky and fun Halloween imagination! This is a fun, reproducible 24 page literacy packet of games and activities for developing reading comprehension skills and creative writing skills. Kids LOVE this! I have targeted the language and the CCSS ELA for 4th and 5th grades. It can of course b
Created by a New York Times Bestselling Author! Lesson seven is about book cover design, because what is a book without a cover? Rather than focus on the technical aspects of design, we take a bigger picture approach here. What is a cover supposed to accomplish? What information should it convey?
Need some skill-based mini lessons and writing workshops for your creative writing class or unit? These mini lessons are intended to teach secondary or high school students essential creative writing skills. Each mini lesson includes a PowerPoint presentation that covers a topic or skill and a follo
Created by a NY Times Bestselling Author! Writing is rewriting, as they say, and this lesson will give your student the tools to turn their first draft into something truly special. Students learn about the three levels of revision structural revision, line edits, and copy edits. They learn the ro
These SIX no-prep creative writing units (for the genres of FANTASY, HORROR, MYSTERY, REALISTIC FICTION, SCIENCE FICTION, and TRAGEDY) facilitate the analysis of genre literature and the writing of creative narratives. Appropriate for grades 5-12, owning this bundle means never having to develop a c
Flash fiction is hot right now in the literary world, but what is it? Where can you find it? And how do you write it?This creative writing workshop help answer all three of those questions. It includes a PowerPoint Presentation with integrated Worksheet and writing assignment. Students investigate t
This 26 page literacy packet consists of fully differentiated lesson plans for a week long writers' workshop, focusing on the elements of a creative story. This is ideal for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students. The ability to write a proficient creative story begins with knowing how the parts build upon
This is a free-verse poetry writing workshop. Students are given sets of words to choose from. All of the words in the group must be worked into three or more sentences. There are examples, but it works well when the instructor writes one with the class prior to independent work. Lower-level student
Teach your students how to identify, analyze, and create tone in their writing! This lesson allows for hands-on, creative practice with tone!In this lesson, you'll teach tone through direct instruction while slowly asking students to do more analysis on their own. Using the included slideshow, you'l
Hi! I'm Livia Blackburne, author of the NY Times bestselling young adult novel Midnight Thief. In July of 2015, I ran a week long creative writing camp for middle and high school students. We had a ton of fun, and the students wrote some great short stories and novellas! After the camp, I revised my
Teach your students how to identify, analyze, and create mood in their writing! This lesson allows for movement in the classroom and hands-on mood practice!In this lesson, you can either teach mood through a gallery walk or as an independent practice activity (material for either approach are includ
Flash fiction is hot right now in the literary world, but what is it? Where can you find it? And how do you write it?This creative writing workshop help answer all three of those questions. It includes a PowerPoint Presentation with integrated Worksheet and writing assignment. (This is the WORKSHEET

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