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Dialogue is a fantastic tool in writing to create tension, reveal the internal struggle of a character or just deliver… more

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This lesson describes how Sentence Structure can be used to keep a story more interesting and engaging. I’ve done this… more

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Pixar’s Storytelling Rule #4 is a strategy used at Pixar Studios to develop their stories. It can help a young… more

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This guide provides Socratic Seminar discussion questions and a brief synopsis for every chapter of Animal Farm by George Orwell, a… more

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Dialogue is a fantastic tool in writing to create tension, reveal the internal struggle of a character or just deliver… more

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Improv guidelines and games for building literacy, problem solving, and classroom community.  This is the paper mentioned in the podcast,… more

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This lesson describes how Sentence Structure can be used to keep a story more interesting and engaging. I’ve done this… more

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Pixar’s Storytelling Rule #4 is a strategy used at Pixar Studios to develop their stories. It can help a young… more

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The chart provides some basic information on the stages of language acquisition and general ideas of how teachers can support… more

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