Is it difficult to consider yourself a writer? As I read the post in this series, I related to each of my co-author’s posts. Finding yourself a reader seems natural to many of us, but calling yourself a writer is personal and involved. Each post highlighted a different aspect of what it means to be a writer and I am sure you found yourself in these post. In case you missed it:
- On Monday, Dana shared a post about using a class anchor chart of writing ideas in order to sustain writing all year long.
- On Tuesday, Kathleen posted how she breathes new life into writer’s notebooks.
- On Wednesday, Stacey posted about how field trips can be used in the service of writing poetry.
- On Thursday, Tara posted about how she uses the writing community within her classroom to explore social issues around the world.
- On Friday, I posted about how writing helps me empathize with the writers in my classroom.
- On Saturday, Betsy posted how she uses artifacts and photos to inspire writing.
- On Sunday, Beth wrapped up the blog series with her post about how we can draw inspiration from book characters who are writers.
Don’t forget to join us tonight, 2/8, for our Discovering the Writer’s Life Twitter chat! Use the hashtag #TWTBlog to join. The chat begins at 8:30 EST. We hope to “see” you there!