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Teaching Creative Writing: A Teaching Handbook with Weekly Lesson Plans Audiobook

Teaching Creative Writing: A Teaching Handbook with Weekly Lesson Plans

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Eliminate writers' block and creatively express thoughts through creative writing!

Do you need some yawn-proof and sleep-proof writing exercises to get your students to actively participate? Then this book is for you, as it is very complete and is designed to be taught over 16 weeks. It can, of course, be taught in less by combining some of the lessons into one week. So it would work with an 8-week or even a 12-week course schedule.

The book includes many writing exercises to get the creative juices flowing and is a more understandable and comprehensible textbook than its competitors. Various types of paragraph development and stories to rewrite have proven to be quite beneficial to students of various writing levels.

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    Wordaholic Camp Hill, PA United States 09-25-17
    Wordaholic Camp Hill, PA United States 09-25-17 Member Since 2015
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    "A bit dated. better for paper"

    This is great for a writing group or undergrad course. It would be better in hard copy though. The narrator is so 1950s and the lists of prompts are long.

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