Before you share the link to your slice of life story today, I hope you’ll take a moment to consider doing something to give back to first-time Slicers this March.
We would like TWT to stay true to its mission as a place where educators who are passionate about writing can gather inspiration and share ideas. We value your participation and encourage you to comment on all our posts, and especially to comment on each other’s Slice of Life Stories. Please refer to these guidelines when commenting.
Seven tips to streamline the process of commenting on student writing.
Recently, I caught up with my friend and colleague Chris Lehman. For a little end-of-the-year inspiration, please enjoy our interview: Beth: Your books make it clear that you have a … Continue Reading An Interview with Educator and Author Chris Lehman
Be sure to read through the “essential information” section if you blog and comment on an iPad or iPhone. We may have a solution to the problem many of you have had with disappearing comments.
One week down in our month-long challenge! That means it’s time for our first commenting challenge! Leave a link to your slice of life story here. Then, check out Dana’s post for more information!
Our stories bond us together. I have known this to be true ever since I started writing, but I saw real evidence of it today as I walked down the hallways of my school building.
This week, consider commenting on at least one person’s slice of life story who you haven’t commented on in the past.
The Sixth Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge is more than halfway over. Those of you who are new to our community have probably felt welcomed by the men and … Continue Reading Commenting Challenge: New Slicers Only
Have you had a look at some of the slice of life stories the students who are participating in the Classroom Challenge have been writing? I am so impressed — … Continue Reading Classroom Commenting Challenge #comments4kids
This community is built on two things: writing and commenting. Therefore, I’m challenging you to comment on as many slice of life stories as possible in the next 36 hours.
Anyone who’s completed the month-long Slice of Life Story Challenge knows the greatest prize comes in the form of a writing community. I recently reflected on the way this writing … Continue Reading Slicing & Kind Comments
My brother-in-law is getting married this Sunday. Marc, my husband, is his brother’s best man. As is tradition at most weddings, Marc will be delivering a toast at the reception. … Continue Reading Raise Your Glass: The Making of a Wedding Toast
I came across “Ode to the voiceless visitor” during last week’s Slice of Life Story Challenge. Riss Leung posted it over at L.I.T. Ladies. It resonated with me since I … Continue Reading Voiceless Visitors
If you’ve been participating in 5th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge for at least 20 of the past 25 days, then you may participate in this commenting challenge, which … Continue Reading Commenting Challenge
Here’s the response from the WordPress Staffer about the commenting issues several Slicers contacted us about: chrisrudzki Staff Mar 15, 2012, 10:29 AM Howdy, We’ve recently updated our commenting system. … Continue Reading Solution: Commenting Issues
Are you experiencing issues when you post a comment on our blog? If so, you’re not alone. A couple of slicers emailed us last night to tell us they couldn’t … Continue Reading Having Trouble Posting a Comment?