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This week’s story, “The Exhaustion Prompts,” uses the idea of ​​writing prompts for its structure. When did you first start thinking about this approach? Photograph courtesy of the author The storyteller of the story and the second person voice developed as I was writing the story. The narrator fears that he will exhaust his material …

(News) – 642 things to write about may seem like a trivial title for a book. But Ohio parents say it contains bold and inappropriate suggestions their high school students shouldn’t have been exposed to – and now the city’s mayor is calling on the entire school board to step down because of the materials …

As part of the suite of resources we’re creating to help students document and reflect on their lives, we’ve put together a list that we hope can provide instant inspiration. Here is a selection of Student opinion questions we’ve been asking on our site since the pandemic started closing schools in early 2020. We will …

Eigth year is a huge year for our students! They are stressed and under pressure as they move upwards school. We can reduce this stress by writing as long as the prompts are meaningful and engaging to our students. We’ve compiled a list of 32 engaging prompts to get your students writing and think critically …

In the seventh year, our students prepare for their adolescence. This time can be very confusing for them as they prepare for high school. We can help our students take pride in their work as they mature into adulthood through writing. These 54 writing prompts will teach your students to express themselves through their writing, …

A new collaboration between the non-profit community writing center YpsiWrites, the University of Michigan Art Museum (UMMA), and Ypsilanti community schools (YCS) will encourage residents of the Ypsi region to connect and reflect on public art. YpsiWrites co-founder Cathy Fleischer says the idea came about after talking with Grace VanderVliet, curator for museum teaching and …

The first anthology, “COVID springIs available from Hobblebush Books. Want to contribute to the next volume? follow us on Facebook Where Instagram for the daily writing prompts (from April 1) created by New Hampshire Poet Laureate Alexandria Peary. New Hampshire Poet Laureate Alexandria Peary has designed 30 poetry prompts for the month of April. Follow …

Are you that creative person who can easily find a topic to write an article? Unfortunately, not all students are creative enough to handle faculty tasks. But the great thing about being a student is the wide array of possibilities you can get online. There are so many cool but practical things on the web. …

As part of the suite of resources we’re creating to help students document their lives during this amazing year, we’ve put together a list that we hope can provide instant inspiration. Here are all of the relevant student opinion questions we asked on our site this spring, along with a continuing list of everything we’re …

Contributor: Aaron Smale For many academic papers, a prompt will ask questions related to readings and class discussion, asking you to demonstrate topic analysis and discussion. Decoding what a prompt asks can be overwhelming at times. The sooner you understand a prompt, the sooner you can start writing. Here are some helpful tips for understanding …