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Agatha Christie - Her Method of Writing What process did Agatha Christie go through to write her books? How did she develop her plots and characters? And does the language she uses in her books explain why they are so compelling that you can't put them down? www.christiemystery.co.uk

[blog] How to Write a Mystery Novel (Like Agatha Christie) http://selfpubnation.com/how-to-write-a-mystery #selfpubnation

"What Agatha Christie did was to fashion her scenes so that the clue was present but so was the red herring. And the scene pivoted around the red herring, not around the clue. Brilliant." From novelist ELIZABETH GEORGE http://www.justwriteabook.com/blog/write-a-novel/plotting-novel-clues-red-herrings/

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Writing a Research Paper PORTFOLIO: Grades 8-12 EDITABLE

Research writing portfolio for upper middle and high school English!

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Writing Paragraphs - NO PREP Paragraph Building Activities - Structure, Style

Paragraph Structure Writing Practice for Middle and High School students - engaging materials for struggling students without all the cutesy stuff!!

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Cleaning Up Writing (Monthly Editing Activities & Centers)

**Follow for free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :) .....this isn't free, but it does look good!! Monthly Activities and Centers for Writing/Editing

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Writing activity: snowball writing

The snowball writing method is a fun way to teach your students how to write collaboratively. Students write, crumple, and throw. Their stories are continued by another student in the class! #writing #teaching #EnglishLanguageArts

I’ve been learning to tell stories for 23 years and im still learning.