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Creative Writing 1

Creative Writing 1

Everyone wants to write well, but most need to learn how. Creative Writing is a series that effectively helps children master the art of writing. It explains in simple terms how they can express themselves correctly and creatively. Filled with lucid examples and practical exercises, this interactive series will turn a budding writer into a master craftsman!

Creative Writing 2

Creative Writing 2

Everyone wants to write well, but most need to learn how. Creative Writing is a series that effectively helps children master the art of writing. It explains in simple terms how they can express themselves correctly and creatively. Filled with lucid examples and practical exercises, this interactive series will turn a budding writer into a master craftsman!

The Cambridge Companion to Creative Writing

The Cambridge Companion to Creative Writing

A lively, practical guide to creative writing as discipline and craft, ideal for students and teachers.

e-Conquer Creative Writing For Primary Levels 5

e-Conquer Creative Writing For Primary Levels 5

CONQUER CREATIVE WRITING BOOK 5 consists of units covering four areas, all of which aim to strengthen a student’s writing ability. It provides students with situations outside their normal classroom learning, inviting them to stretch their imagination and express their thoughts through writing, thus, enabling them to enjoy and be creative in writing. In this book, students will learn to: write descriptive, narrative, expository and imaginative compositions; differentiate and organize ideas using the methods of classification, comparison and contrast, sequencing and cause and effect; relate to a given situation and its possible outcomes; and think and write creatively. Students will find the exercises interesting and the open-ended questions challenging. They are expected to do research on their own for exercises that require background knowledge. They can do so using the Internet or encyclopedia. It is our desire that students who have completed this series will find themselves equipped to discuss issues beyond their years.

Creative Writing Innovations

Creative Writing Innovations

When teachers experiment, students benefit. When students gain confidence to pursue their own literary experiments, creative writing can become a life-changing experience. With chapters written by experienced teachers and classroom innovators, Creative Writing Innovations builds on these principles to uncover the true potential of the creative writing classroom. Rooted in classroom experience, this book takes teaching beyond the traditional workshop model to explore topics such as multi-media genres, collaborative writing and field-based work, as well as issues of identity. Taken together, this is an essential guide for teachers of creative writing at all levels from the authors and editors of Creative Writing in the Digital Age.

Creative Writing Grades 3-4 (eBook)

Creative Writing Grades 3-4 (eBook)

Milliken's Creative Writing books provide a variety of meaningful writing experiences. Activities are designed to allow each writer to draw upon his or her unique background of experiences to create poetry and prose. Ideas for sharing and extending writing across the curriculum are included. Writers are encouraged to use the steps of the writing process discussed the Guide to the Writing Process. A proofreading checklist and Holistic Writing Evaluation form are included.

Creative Writing and the New Humanities

Creative Writing and the New Humanities

This book examines the institutional history and disciplinary future of creative writing in the contemporary academy, looking well beyond the perennial questions 'can writing be taught?' and 'should writing be taught?'. Paul Dawson traces the emergence of creative writing alongside the new criticism in American universities; examines the writing workshop in relation to theories of creativity and literary criticism; and analyzes the evolution of creative writing pedagogy alongside and in response to the rise of 'theory' in America, England and Australia. Dawson argues that the discipline of creative writing developed as a series of pedagogic responses to the long-standing 'crisis' in literary studies. His polemical account provides a fresh perspective on the importance of creative writing to the emergence of the 'new humanities' and makes a major contribution to current debates about the role of the writer as public intellectual.

Anticipating the Audience: An Ethnographic Study of a French-as-a-foreign-language Class Creative Writing Project Compared with Case Studies in Native Language Composition

Anticipating the Audience: An Ethnographic Study of a French-as-a-foreign-language Class Creative Writing Project Compared with Case Studies in Native Language Composition

This study compared the creative-writing processes of native English speakers (NES) composing for a real audience in two conditions: one group composing in their native language (NL) and the other group composing in French as a foreign language (FFL). Both groups wrote children's fiction and were aware that children in the community would read their stories.

Writing Against, Alongside and Beyond Memory

Writing Against, Alongside and Beyond Memory

The thesis will conclude by bringing together reflections on the political, social and therapeutic implications of writing personal life narratives, the limitations of reflexive research methodologies and knowledge-making, and the implications of lifewriting research for feminist scholarship, research and practice.

The Frontier and Midland

The Frontier and Midland

Consuming Convictions

Consuming Convictions

An inspirational book of real people who overcame challenges to achieve their goals, even greatness. This book will challenge you to come out of your comfort zone, attack mediocrity, and take that maiden step in the pursuit of your goal.

The Art of Writing a Story

The Art of Writing a Story

Want to learn how to create convincing characters? Want to understand the key elements of a story? Low Kay Hwa is a Singapore best-selling author, having published eleven novels. His novels have reached the bestsellers lists in both bookstore chains and national newspaper, and also in several international e-vendors bestsellers lists like Kobobooks and Google Play Books. Download this free e-book to learn more about how a best-selling author writes!