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I recognize that I spelled Georges Seurat's last name wrong here.  French spellings!  This page is my teacher model for a fun writer's notebook lesson freely posted at my website: http://corbettharrison.com/GT/Pigasso-Mootisse.htm

Hey Georges Seurat, Are you so afraid of a line?

Paste a photo (or two!) in your writer's notebook and see what happens when you write for ten (or twenty!) minutes. Here I had two photos of childhood friends, so I wrote two comparative pieces about them. WritingFix has digital images to write about if you don't have your own: http://writingfix.com/classroom_tools/picture_prompts.htm

Always Write: Keeping a Writer's Notebook alongside your Students.

Writing Lesson of the Month Network - ...sharing thoughtful, mentor text-inspired lessons your students will love!

Writing Lesson of the Month Network - .sharing thoughtful, mentor text-inspired lessons your students will love!

Jean  Michel Basquiat

WritingFix: A Narrative Writing Lesson based on "Boy's Life" by Robert McCammon

Interactive Language Arts Notebook -Table of Contents from "The Middle School Mouth" blog

Table of Contents - Middle School Mouth Interactive Student Notebook

Click image to visit our website of teaching resources! We call this an OXYMORON TITLE PAGE in my classroom. You create an oxymoron, then use it as the title of a story or poem. Here's a link to this lesson online: http://www.corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/Oxymorons.htm

Always Write: Letting Oxymorons Inspire your Notebook Writing

Click image to be taken to our online lesson that features this sample.  Dialogue BAUBLES -- or "speech bubble decorations"--are easy to add to pages in a variety of ways, and they give your notebook/journal more voice...literally.  Try them out!  Click image to visit our resource page.

Always Write: Using Dialogue "Baubles" in your Writer's Notebook

Always Write: My Writer's Notebook Challenge for February

Always Write: My Writers Notebook Challenge for February

Writing Prompt Generator/Journal

Always Write: I Keep a Writer's Notebook alongside my Students.

Alpha-Genres! A perfect writer's notebook lesson to begin the year with...sets them up for lots of writing topics.

Alpha-Genres! A perfect writer's notebook lesson to begin the year with...sets them up for lots of writing topics.

I wonder...lists for writer's notebook

Writer's Notebook Ideas and Examples. Would be great as a warm- up in writing class.

The Importance of the Notebook: In this digital world where technology has become such an integral part of our lives, I wonder, is there still room for the notebook?

The Importance of the Notebook

My hope is that my students leave knowing more about themselves as writers and as people.that they have used the pages of their notebook to find answers to questions. Have you written in your notebook today?

great site for all kinds of things for writing! Always Write: Alpha-Genres and Topics...a writer's notebook lesson

Always Write: Alpha-Genres and Topics.a writer's notebook lesson I like the idea of using the letters of the alphabet to brainstorm, list and illus. in each square topics you, as the student, could write about during writers workshop.

Definitely need this one.  Writer's notebook idea from WritingFix: a Right-Brained Writing Prompt...Story Starters: Serendipitous Story Titles

Paper bag monster: Definitely need this one. Writer's notebook idea from WritingFix: a Right-Brained Writing Prompt.

Always Write: An Original Writer's Notebook Lesson from Corbett

Always Write: An Original Writing Lesson on Metaphors from Corbett Harrison

Click the image to visit our teacher resource page on oxymorons. Here's an oxymoron-inspired page from my notebook inspired by a product designed to make FRAGRANT GARBAGE. We have a page full of resources on the oxymoron at our website: http://www.corbettharrison.com/free_lessons/Oxymorons.htm

Always Write: Letting Oxymorons Inspire your Notebook Writing

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