So you're READING YOUR STUDENTS' writing and they’re a little… well—BORING.
GOOD WRITERS REVISE
1. Show vs Tell--they write to imply.
2. Adding Dialogue
3. Sentence Variety
Using easy REVISION METHODS, students learn how to
- add DIALOGUE
- have SENTENCE VARIETY
- write to SHOW (writing to imply so the reader can INFER) vs TELL.(writing LITERALLY). If you can write to imply--then you can read to infer.