By Pam Allyn on
7/23/2013 9:18 PM
By Pam Allyn, Executive Director and Founder of LitWorld
Originally published by Pearson on February 18, 2013
Pam Allyn, Executive Director and Founder of LitWorld
We came across this blog, written by Pam Allyn, Founder of LitWorld, and wanted to share it with you as a guest post in The Inspired Writer this month. If you haven’t heard of LitWorld, check out this global organization that advocates for children’s rights as readers, writers and learners, here. Enjoy these ten writing tips from Pam!
The teaching of writing can be formulaic, but this era requires us to step beyond the confines of formula and really dig deep into craft, synthesis and production.
Here is a Top Ten for how to get students writing for their futures, in a way that is sure to leave you both inspired and ready for tomorrow’s teaching.