Tagged Revision

Life, Death, and Twine

Writer Suzy Rigdon shares how using technology as part of storytelling “presents a radical shift in thinking about how language can tell a story.” Students use a program called Twine and find new possibilities to writing non-linear or multi-linear pieces.

Rewriting Memoir

by Alice Pencavel Lesson Objectives:  To examine all the choices put in to a single sentence. To activate thoughtful patience and apply it to the process of writing. To allow time to write. To practice discipline and focus. To find new ways to actively incorporate personal reflections into our work.  Guiding Questions:  Why did Maya…

Visualizing Revision

By Erika Luckert In the following lesson plan T&W teaching artist Erika Luckert explores what Charles Darwin and Pablo Picasso can teach students about the revision process. She offers her thanks to Lucie Brock-Broido, who first introduced her to Picasso’s bull lithographs as a metaphor for revision. Grade: 11 Genre: All Download: Visualizing Revision Common…

Teachers & Writers Magazine

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