Hanging On Our Own Bones | Hanging On Our Own Bones | Reading, Writing, and Rising Up: Teaching About Social Justice and the Power of the Written Word | Teaching English by Design | The Dynamics of Writing Instruction | Making the Journey | Critical Encounters in Secondary English | Engaging Grammar
Through poetry, fiction, personal narrative, and playwriting, students will improve their writing skills by being invited to put their truths on the page. Perfect for a moment of inspiration as well as for deeper exploration, these easy-to-use and field-tested activities engage students from a variety of ethnic, educational, and economic backgrounds and encourage the recognition that their voices matter. The book's eleven chapters include:
- Dozens of exercises accompanied by teacher notes and suggestions.
- Links to standards for each activity.
- Examples of student work.
- An overview of the writing process from icebreakers to editing.
- Suggestions for further reading.
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