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Writing Prompt: This prompt is great because it is personal to each student. I like that it allows students to really think about themselves and it would let them be more invested in the piece of writing. Having prompts about students and their lives is a great strategy to get students engaged and writing.

Writing Prompt: This prompt allows students to really think about themselves and be invested in the piece of writing. Having prompts about students and their lives is a great strategy to get students engaged and writing.

I'm excited to announce Sharing Memories prompts are now published in an ebook Writing Your Memoirs For Descendants: Prompts for Record...

I'm excited to announce Sharing Memories prompts are now published in an ebook Writing Your Memoirs For Descendants: Prompts for Record.

San Antonio Spurs. It's more than a Franchise, it's a Family.

It's more than a Franchise, it's a Family.

Throughout the first act, ask your students how likely Macbeth is to kill King Duncan. Have each student give you a number from 0-100 and create a class average. Display the results on an anchor chart to track Macbeth's changing feelings.

Throughout the first act, ask your students how likely Macbeth is to kill King Duncan. Have each student give you a number from and create a class average. Display the results on an anchor chart to track Macbeth's changing feelings.