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Schools & Teaching
  • Author:
    Valerie Hockert
  • ISBN:
    1475236883
  • ISBN13:
    978-1475236880
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  • Publisher:
    CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 21, 2012)
  • Pages:
    156 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Schools & Teaching
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The book includes many creative writing exercises to get the creative juices flowing, and is a more understandable and comprehensible textbook than those of its competitors. Various types of paragraph development, and stories to rewrite are all designed to get the students’ creative juices flowing, and have proved to be quite beneficial to students of various writing levels. Learn to eliminate writers’ block and to creatively express one’s thoughts through creative writing.

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Valerie Hockert has taught creative writing at a college level for many years, and has a PhD in Literary Studies. Books related to Teaching Creative Writing: A Sixteen Week Lesson Plan. How to Talk to Anyone: 92 Little Tricks for Big Success in Relationships.

Valerie Hockert, PhD. Do you need some yawn-proof and sleep-proof writing exercises to get your students to actively participate? Then this book is for you, as it is very complete and is designed to be taught over 16 weeks. It can, of course, be taught in less, by combining some of the lessons into one week. So it would work with an 8-week or 12-week course schedule.

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Teaching Creative Writing: a Sixteen Week Lesson Plan : Larger Format. This book is in a larger format so that students can use it as a textbook, and a workbook, as it is then easier to write i. he book includes many creative writing exercises to get the creative juices flowing, and is a more understandable and comprehensible textbook than those of its competitors.

There are several stages of teaching writing skills and we will focus on each in this article, offering some activities that can be applied to make the class more interactive and fun. Inspiring teachers! Skyteach. Writing skill is sometimes quite underestimated and considered to be secondary. However, practicing writing is essential for every student and can be used for different learning goals: practicing narrative tenses, teaching the structure, etc. It is most effective when only one skill at a time is dealt with, to give the students the necessary amount of time to assimilate the material so from time to time plan to have a whole writing lesson.

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Do you need some yawn-proof and sleep-proof writing exercises to get your students to actively participate? Then this book is for you, as it is very complete and is designed to be taught over 16 weeks. It can, of course, be taught in less, by combining some of the lessons into one week. So it would work with an 8-week or 12-week course schedule. The book includes many creative writing exercises to get the creative juices flowing, and is a more understandable and comprehensible textbook than those of its competitors. Various types of paragraph development, and stories to rewrite are all designed to get the students’ creative juices flowing, and have proved to be quite beneficial to students of various writing levels. Learn to eliminate writers’ block and to creatively express one’s thoughts through creative writing. Valerie Hockert has taught creative writing at a college level for many years, and has a PhD in Literary Studies.

Faebei
The author knows nothing about writing. The examples given of good prose were my first clue something was amiss because they were awful. There was even a section on how it's better to use dialogue tags like interjected and exclaimed instead of says. Really bad advice throughout.
Kikora
Silly prompts. Just a waste of money. There were no actual activities, and the only use for this might be to use as attention grabbers.
Doriel
I'm not sure when this books was originally written but it's not recent. A lot of the examples are dated. The author is definitely a non-fiction writer. She has some very good ideas to jump start students into writing but, some of her information is dead wrong! The author gives students a long lists of alternatives to using the attribution, SAID! This is dead wrong. All a FICTION writer ever needs to use as attribution is SAID or ASKED. Read some Hemingway, ma'am! Ask a FICTION publisher! The word SAID disappears. I'm glad I didn't have to pay for this book.