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Welcome to Creative Writing 1
The Healing Power of Words
This workshop will take place on the first Saturday of the month at Kaneko. It's a free event, but registration is required.
Bulb App Tutorial
Use this tutorial to help you create your Bulb App profile, make a collection for your Creative Writing, and publish your two poems. Be sure to give me permission to see your work.
The people who brought us National Novel Writing Month are now bringing us #StayHomeWriMo. This site has lots of resources to keep us writing and keep us healthy.
4th Quarter Resources
Personal Narrative or Memoir Assignment
•Write a 2-3 page personal narrative or memoir.
–Use your prewriting and the exercises we’ve done so far to come up with an idea to write about.
–Creativity, grammar, and spelling will come into account during grading.
Draft due to Teams Assignment 3/20/20
Peer Review on Nowcomment.com 3/20-3/24
Final Draft due to Bulbapp on 3/27
Introductions and Expectations
Write a "Portrait Poem" or "I Am" poem
Introducing "Poetry I Love" presentations
Notes and Exercises on Adding Detail
Write a 5Ws & H Poem
Descriptive writing exercises practicing using your senses and figurative language.
Acrostic Challenge assigned. Acrostic poems and terms will be presented in class on 1/16.
Poetry I Love Presentations:
1/16 - Jarod
1/21 - Charlie, Jonny H. and Emme
1/23 - Ariana, Nate, Sam and Bernice
1/27 - Sydney, Daraly, Ovie, and Armando
1/29 - Jacob, Axel, Davion, Nicole
1/31 - Jada, Jonathan, Jamie, and Anna
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