These writing prompts are designed to be used as bell-ringers or for readers’ and writers’ notebooks, but they are pretty versatile, so you can use them for whatever you want!
I have them grouped into the following folders:
Issues- 10 questions that ask students to write about issues relevant to their lives.
Writing Practice- 20 prompts for descriptive, narrative and expository writing.
Literature- 20 questions that ask students to explore different elements of the novel they might be reading. They could work for both independent reading and/or a class novel study.
Self-Reflection- 18 prompts that require students to explore and reflect on their own life and journey.
Quick Writes- 20 different prompts that require both creativity and reflection.
Because each file is a Powerpoint, you will be able to move the slides around if you would like them to be in a different order. You could also combine slides from different folders if you would like to present them more randomly. A few slides are duplicated so you can choose American or Canadian/British spellings.
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