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January's "Writing Lesson of the Month" is Posted!

This month's lesson -- Report with Technology -- will serve as part one of a six-part series we'll publish this spring on using Interactive Non-Fiction Notebooks with your…

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on January 10, 2018 at 10:30am

December's 'Writing Lesson of the Month' is Posted!

This month's lesson focuses on creating a special type of Tribute Page to a person, place, or thing in one's writer's notebook.  The lesson comes with an overview, samples, handouts, mentor text suggestions, and ideas for adaptation.  Click the picture of the…

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on December 1, 2017 at 12:30pm — 1 Comment

November's Writing Lesson is Posted!

November marks our 11th straight month of sharing writer's notebook strategies that encourage contagious creativity and develop new types of voice to your community of writers. November's Lesson -- Edge Postcards -- is now posted at the …

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on November 5, 2017 at 12:22pm

October's Writing Lesson of the Month is Posted!

Our Language Comics lesson shows students four different ways to combine language cleverness with visual originality in a student's writer's notebooks.  Enjoy!

--Corbett & Dena…

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on October 1, 2017 at 2:30pm

September's Lesson of the Month is posted!

September's Lesson of the Month --  Sensational News!  --  teaches basic journalism writing techniques so that students can create real, fictional, or tabloid-like newspaper articles in their writer's notebooks!

Enjoy!

--Corbett…

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on September 1, 2017 at 5:49am

Free Sacred Writing Time Slide for Tomorrow's Eclipse!

Visit Always Write to download a complementary copy of the special slide we made for tomorrow!


Posted by Corbett Harrison on August 20, 2017 at 10:19am

August's Writing Lesson is Posted! Dialogue BAUBLES for Notebooks!

August's Lesson of the Month has been posted.  It's called Dialogue BAUBLES, and it focuses on MANY ways to use dialogue bubbles and memes as a means to generate personal interest in one's own writer's notebook.

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on July 23, 2017 at 2:31pm

July's Writing Lesson of the Month has been Posted!

July's new lesson at our website for teachers and writers is called NOTEBOOK POETRY TILES.  It challenges students to find "Found Poems" on our newest product from our website: Poetry Tiles for Writer's Notebooks.

Click the lesson name or this direct link to access this new lesson…

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on July 5, 2017 at 7:30pm

June's Writing Lesson of the Month is Posted!

June's new lesson at our website for teachers and writers is called CAMERA PHONE PIX.  It's a new template and a unique way to think about using photos from your electronic device as writing prompts.

Click the lesson name or this direct link to access this new lesson from ALWAYS WRITE: …

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on June 1, 2017 at 12:00pm

May's Writing Lesson of the Month is posted!

May's new lesson at our free-to-use resource website is called HUMAN NATURE HAIKUS.  It's a variation of regular haikus, and it teaches brevity in words as well as observation skills.

Click the lesson name or this direct link to access this new lesson from ALWAYS WRITE: …

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Posted by Corbett Harrison on May 1, 2017 at 12:00pm

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Corbett Harrison posted a blog post

January's "Writing Lesson of the Month" is Posted!

This month's lesson -- Report with Technology -- will serve as part one of a six-part series we'll publish this spring on using Interactive Non-Fiction Notebooks with your students.Enjoy!See More
Jan 10
Kathleen Bourret commented on Corbett Harrison's blog post December's 'Writing Lesson of the Month' is Posted!
"Thank you for sharing this idea. I really like it. I can see so many uses for my students to use tribute writing in my class. I also LOVE the video. Well done with explaining and use of examples. I also appreciate the scaffolding worksheet to help…"
Jan 1
Corbett Harrison posted a blog post

December's 'Writing Lesson of the Month' is Posted!

This month's lesson focuses on creating a special type of Tribute Page to a person, place, or thing in one's writer's notebook.  The lesson comes with an overview, samples, handouts, mentor text suggestions, and ideas for adaptation.  Click the picture of the book at left to access the lesson…See More
Dec 29, 2017
Corbett Harrison posted a blog post

November's Writing Lesson is Posted!

November marks our 11th straight month of sharing writer's notebook strategies that encourage contagious creativity and develop new types of voice to your community of writers. November's Lesson -- Edge Postcards -- is now posted at the Always…See More
Nov 5, 2017

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