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Slice of Life Story Challenge: Day 8

You still have time to participate in the:

View the “slide show” (below) to learn more about the slices of our lives worth recording.

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Please link your Slice of Life Story to us here by clicking on the Mr. Linky Widget below.

To learn more about this Challenge, please visit our Slice of Life Challenge Page. Also, please tag your posts with the words SLICE OF LIFE STORY CHALLENGE.

Stacey Shubitz View All

I am a literacy consultant who has spent over a decade working with teachers to improve the teaching of writing in their classrooms. While I work with teachers and students in grade K-6, I'm a former fourth and fifth-grade teacher so I have a passion for working with upper elementary students.

I'm the author of Craft Moves (Stenhouse Publishers, 2016) and the co-author of Jump Into Writing (Zaner-Bloser, 2021), Welcome to Writing Workshop (Stenhouse Publishers, 2019), and Day By Day (Stenhouse, 2010).

6 thoughts on “Slice of Life Story Challenge: Day 8 Leave a comment

  1. I am loving this challenge! It has me feeling inspired as a teacher and a writer (which I don’t normally count myself as). Like Kevin, I am discovering all sorts of great links and blogs!


  2. I also love reading what people have written as their “Slice of Life.” It has given me a whole new perspective on what I am writing on my Peace Blog. I love to learn, even at 59 years old! I believe in life long learning. Thank you to each of the contributors of this challenge.



  3. I posted the word about Slice of Life through my network at the National Writing Project in hopes of getting a few more folks involved (including those of the male gender).
    Bonnie, Karen M. (who has forgotten to link each day) and I are all part of the National Writing Project’s technology network.
    So, we shall see.


  4. Kevin:
    I wish there were more male teachers (or just men) who were willing to take this challenge and write. If you know of anyone, then please feel free to invite them to be part of this! (I was wondering the same thing to myself too!)


  5. Where are all the other men?
    I love that you have built such a strong community of women teachers and writers, but it seems odd that no other menfolk are in the mix.
    I wonder why that is?
    This is not to be critical of anyone or anything — just an observation.
    I love being part of this project and I am loving following the links to new blogs and new writers. Thanks for the opportunities.


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