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Inspired by my previous article which looked at ‘50 Ways to Say ‘Villain’’, I began thinking about other words I tend to overuse in my writing. The word ‘said’ is definitely the one. I’m sure it is for many of ...read more →

Inspired by my previous article which looked at Ways to Say ‘Villain’’, I began thinking about other words I tend to overuse in my writing. The word ‘said’ is definitely the one.read more →

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Odd Prompts for Odd Stories

And the night part-time janitor is the one who must fulfill it. (I was going to say "or the school bathroom stall", but there's no way I'm erasing that!

it's all I need to know to get tears in my eyes

Feelings, feelings all over the place

Six word stories - Show students one six word story at a time and have them finish it or retell the story with that sentence being the first or last sentence in their story.

20 Six-Word Stories That Are Absolutely Heart-Breaking. LESSON IDEA. Give out 6 word stories. They have to add more... Fill in the details, make it a story. Then write their own one!

20 Six-Word Stories That Are Absolutely Heart-Breaking. Gave Me Chills. Edit description 20 Six-Word Stories That Are Absolutely Heart-Breaking. Could use this for inference with my students.

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