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Writeboard: How to use it.

A free online tool for collaborative writing, writeboard allows your students to write and share web-based documents, edit them online, roll back to any version and compare changes.

Feedback, Assessment and Student Writing

This presentation outlines a project undertaken to evaluate the impact of a variety of assessment and feedback strategies on the development of student writing. The sample assessment task, marking cr...

The Health and Well Being Centre for Words

Help Year 7 students improve their proofreading and editing skills .

Fay and Jane: good farmers’ wives?

Connections between Pride and Prejudice and Fay Weldon’s Letters to Alice give students a new appreciation for the original text and a greater understanding of the role of literature.

Reflections by Bruce Dawe

Reflections by the poet.

Just Imagine: a successful creative writing experience

An approach to interest students in creative writing by encouraging close and wide engagement with art.

The Shakespeare Reloaded Bard's Blitz: a literary analysis and essay building module

This 4 stage active learning tas k promotes close engagment with Shakespeare's texts through close reading and an essay competition as outcome

An Interview with Peter Skrzynecki

An interview with Peter Skrzynecki.

Inspiring students to write: the anatomy of a creative writing workshop

This article outlines games, exercises and processes that stimulate students to write.

Write Now: writers write on inspiration

Isobelle Carmody, Mal Peet and Garth Nix write about writing and offer some story starters.

Felicity Plunkett: in conversation with John Turner

An exploration of aspects of the poet's work and life.

Using ICT to Teach Creative Writing: The theory and some practical teaching strategies

A thoughtful article providing practical ideas for integrating ICT into the English curriculum.

Writing for Extension 2: Free Falling into Fiction

Support for writing the creative major work , exercises, establishing character and writing description plus examples, what’s at stake, word choice, not being didactic, back-story.

Reflection Statement for Extension 2

Extremely useful student samples of Reflection Statements f or EXT 2 and teacher comments. Marking criteria and reminder that Major Work and Reflection Statement are marked as a totality.

Preliminary Extension Module: Texts, Culture and Value, 'The Madwoman in the Attic' - How has she been Appropriated?

This brief unit outline considers the concept of appropriation in relation to the representation of the 'madwoman' in Jane Eyre . Numerous related texts and resources are suggested.
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