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1. Write 50 words. That's a paragraph. 2. Write 400 words. That's a page. 3. Write 300 pages, That's a manusript. 4. Write every day. That's a habit. 5. Edit and rewrite. That's how you get better. 6. Spread your writing for people to comment. That's called feedback. 7. Don't worry about rejection or publication. That's a writer. 8. When not writing, read. Read from writers better than you. Read and Perceive. -Ajay Ohri

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write...I must do this. After all, I am supposed to be a writer when I'm not pinning!!! That and I create cards. (I've also created a happy marriage and three kids).

Alice Walker on the purpose of writing (24 Quotes That Will Inspire You To Write More)

Elmore Leonard's Tips for Writing: doesn't work for every assignment, but meets students in that scaffolding point.

amandaonwriting: Writing Tips Deflate those Inflated Phrases Keep it simple! These are some great suggestions.

This Show Don't Tell Activity helps students learn the difference between showing and not telling in writing, encouraging the use of vivid verbs, d...

Writing Hooks -- I have a vision of making a bunch of "hooks," hanging them at the front of the room, and having kids craft examples to hang from each one!

The best organization of a Writer's Notebook I've found- plus, simple activities for starting writing off 'WRITE!' this school year! :)

Writer's Notebook Organization! This is a great, very well explained idea for using a standard spiral notebook to create a really useful writer's notebook. Whether you use it for a classroom or an individual budding writer, this inexpensive idea will be a hit.

SHOW DON'T TELL (Writing with Emoticons) Get students to add interesting details to writings with “Show Don’t Tell” emoticon activities. Students will enjoy participating in gallery walks, role plays, skit writing, and group games. But more importantly, they will apply these skills when generating prewrites and drafting narratives. (priced item )

Beginning Writing Workshop-I would use this with the title of 'Illustrating' for older students who aren't as confident with their drawings.