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ICYMI: Expand the Possibilities of the Genres You Teach

This past week here at Two Writing Teachers, we’ve been sharing inspiration and ideas to encourage you to expand the possibilities when it comes to any genre you teach! In case you missed a post, here is a round-up of the links to help you decide what to read, or reread, first!

 

Sunday’s post, shared by me, The Writer’s Process.

Monday’s post, shared by Melanie, Narrative Writing.

Tuesday’s post, shared by Kathleen, Poetry Pathways

Wednesday’s post, shared by Stacey, Moving Beyond the Five Paragraph Essay. 

Thursday’s post, shared by Marina, Using Technology to Share Informational Writing

Friday’s post, shared by Kelsey, Opinion Writing

Saturday’s post, shared by Beth, How to Writing For All Ages.

Yesterday’s post, shared by Lanny, The Importance of Knowing the Standards

We hope you feel encouraged to push the boundaries of the units you teach and expand all the possibilities your writers wish to reach. With careful planning, observation, and action, you can explore the territories that live outside the lines of the genres you teach. 

As always, our blog series included an opportunity for a giveaway, and this series had two! 

The winner of Focus Lessons and Craft and Process Studies is:

Kay Vronko–Congratulations to Kay! 

Thanks to Heinemann for donating these to one reader. 

If you are the winner of the books, I will email you with the subject line of TWO WRITING TEACHERS – EXPAND THE POSSIBILITIES. Please respond to my email with your mailing address within five days of receipt. A new winner will be chosen if a response isn’t received within five days of the giveaway announcement.

Betsy Hubbard View All

Daughter, sister, wife, mother, teacher, and writer.

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  1. I learned so much from all of you this week. (I loved getting the preview of everyone’s posts when we workshopped them.) This series really was packed with possibilities to move beyond what we’re doing with kids in classrooms.

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