The Power of Extreme Writing

In The Power of Extreme Writing, author Diana Cruchley not only outlines the process but also describes what it looks like in the classroom, explains how to assess student work, and highlights more than a dozen unique inspirations that ...

Author: Diana Cruchley

Publisher: ASCD

ISBN: 9781416620877

Category: Education

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Are your students excited about writing? Do you want them to be? Do you want them to ask for more writing opportunities and assignments? Do you want them to engage in writing tasks more quickly and with more fluency? The traditional five-step writing process never explicitly teaches students to be fluent in their writing—to be able to write quickly on any topic. Extreme Writing targets precisely that with focused, daily writing sessions that provide students with consistent, long-term engagement. It is designed to appeal to students in grades 4–8, and—best of all—the approach involves little extra work for you. In The Power of Extreme Writing, author Diana Cruchley not only outlines the process but also describes what it looks like in the classroom, explains how to assess student work, and highlights more than a dozen unique inspirations that motivate students to write. Extreme Writing: it's fun, it's fast, and it works.

Extreme Writing

Discovering the Writer in Every Student Keen J. Babbage. What explains those results.p One answer is the power of choice. Each student researched a topic of ...

Author: Keen J. Babbage

Publisher: R&L Education

ISBN: 9781607094487

Category: Education

Page: 202

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This book describes how teachers can build upon the eagerness and skills that students apply to recreational, social, and friendly writing, bringing enjoyment back into writing for students.

Fearless Writing for Women Extreme Encouragement and Writing Inspiration

Power. of. Vulnerability. Writers, artists and creative types are some of the most vulnerable people I know. To put yourself out there, to risk criticism ...

Author: Susan Gabriel

Publisher: Susan Gabriel

ISBN: 9780983588252

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 209

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Whether you are new to writing or an experienced veteran, this wonderful book by acclaimed author Susan Gabriel will provide you with inspiration, writing tips and encouragement to get going again and keep going. Here's what thrilled women writers are saying about this groundbreaking book: "I will keep referring to this little gift of insight throughout the year. Thanks for the encouragement, the dose of reality, and most of all, the inspiration." - S. Evans "...reflects in a sophisticated yet highly readable voice on many aspects of the writer's life. It will inspire many creative people, whether writers or not. The book definitely lived up to its title." - Krista L. "Full of inspiration and pointers from Susan Gabriel and other authors to boost your creativity - it's an all-around excellent book - I'd highly recommend it!" - S. Burnside "A ton of great tips and inspiration that often apply to life in general, as well as to writing....inspiration and enthusiasm to get you started." - S. Lunsford In addition to sharing from her own experience as a writer for over 15 years, Gabriel also reflects on thoughts and experiences from a wide variety of writers and other inspiring people including Annie Dillard, Virginia Woolf, Harriet Tubman, Ursula Le Guin, Barbara Kingsolver, Kathryn Hackett, Hillary Clinton, Alice Munro, Jane Austen, Maya Angelou, Fran Lebowitz, Brene Brown, Emily Dickinson, Anne Tyler, Harper Lee, Elizabeth George, Anne LaMott, Nora Ephron, Gail Godwin, May Sarton, Willa Cather, Marianne Williamson, Carson McCullers, Sue Monk Kidd, Alice Walker, Louise Erdrich, Geena Davis, Martha Beck, Mary Oliver, Elizabeth Gilbert, Tina Fey and others. You'll enjoy the wide ranging and inspiring essays, including: Where ideas come from The art of "shitty" first drafts A lesson from Tina Fey 101 excuses why people don't write Writers who are also mothers Kill your darlings What writers can learn from coyotes It's never too late to start your writing career ... and much more. Download Fearless Writing for Women right now and start getting inspired!

The Demon of Writing

Powers and Failures of Paperwork Ben Kafka. toward extreme simplification of paperwork.”47 In such an environment, Labussière would never have had the ...

Author: Ben Kafka

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781942130352

Category:

Page: 184

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A history and theory of the powers, the failures, and even the pleasures of paperwork.

The Power of Writing

Although Boileau's strategy may seem extreme , good writers are constantly revising their work . In fact , most writers refer to their first attempt on any ...

Author: David W. Chapman

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages

ISBN: 1559341386

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 366

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Sisters of the Extreme

Women Writing on the Drug Experience: <br>Charlotte Brontë, Louisa May Alcott, Anaïs Nin, Maya Angelou, Billie Holiday, Nina Hagen, Diane di Prima, ...

Author: Cynthia Palmer

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781594775314

Category: Social Science

Page: 328

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• An anthology of writings by some of the most influential women in history on the often misunderstood and misrepresented female drug experience. • With great honesty, bravery, and frankness, women from diverse backgrounds write about their drug experiences. Women have been experimenting with drugs since prehistoric times, and yet published accounts of their views on the drug experience have been relegated to either antiseptic sociological studies or sensationalized stories splashed across the tabloids. The media has given us an enduring, but inaccurate, stereotype of a female drug user: passive, addicted, exploited, degraded, promiscuous. But the selections in this anthology--penned by such famous names as Billie Holiday, Anais Nin, Maya Angelou, and Carrie Fisher--show us that the real experiences of women are anything but stereotypical. Sisters of the Extreme provides us with writings by women from diverse occupations and backgrounds, from prostitute to physician, who through their use of drugs dared cross the boundaries set by society--often doing so with the hope of expanding themselves and their vision of the world. Whether with LSD, peyote, cocaine, heroine, MDMA, or marijuana, these women have sought to reach, through their experimentation, other levels of consciousness. Sometimes their quests have brought unexpected rewards, other times great suffering and misfortune. But wherever their trips have left them, these women have lived courageously--if sometimes dangerously--and written about their journeys eloquently.

Report Writing for Social Workers

In later life, many adults are said to go to extreme lengths to hide their reading and writing difficulties. So, we are aware of the power of writing from ...

Author: Jane Watt

Publisher: Learning Matters

ISBN: 9780857259851

Category: Social Science

Page: 128

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Many students and qualified workers in all areas of social work feel apprehension at the prospect of writing a formal report for a court or tribunal. Writing may be a fundamental skill, but it is one that students and practitioners cannot afford to take for granted. Recent reviews (Baby P, Serious Case Review processes) highlighted the need for clear reports, recording and written communication between professionals. This practical and accessible textbook presents the report writing process in a clear and straightforward way. From methods of collecting and presenting evidence, to drawing conclusions and writing up a final report.

Power Practice Traits of Good Writing Gr 6 8 eBook

1 2 3 4 If Voice Were. . . USING VOICE Voice in writing ... bona fide (boh'na fide) Latin Even though she displayed extreme Voice 53 Name ...

Author: Carla Hamaguchi

Publisher: Creative Teaching Press

ISBN: 9781591989073

Category: Education

Page: 128

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Offers exercises for brainstorming, main ideas and details, using descriptive words, sequencing, recognizing cause and effect and using correct punctuation.

Writing That Makes Sense 2nd Edition

A power that doesn't have much to do with love. And it's a funny kind of power. ... Power's Thrill This world of strippers represents an extreme, ...

Author: David S. Hogsette

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781532650109

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 626

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The second edition of Writing That Makes Sense takes students through the fundamentals of the writing process and explores the basic steps of critical thinking. Drawing upon over twenty years of experience teaching college composition and professional writing, David S. Hogsette combines relevant writing pedagogy and practical assignments with the basics of critical thinking to provide students with step-by-step guides for successful academic writing in a variety of rhetorical modes. New in the second edition: -Expanded discussion of how to write effective thesis statements for informative, persuasive, evaluative, and synthesis essays, including helpful thesis statement templates. -Extensive templates introducing students to conventions of academic discourse, including integrating outside sources, interacting with other writers' ideas, and dialoguing with multiple perspectives. -Examples of academic writing from different disciplines illustrating essay titles, abstracts, thesis statements, introductions, conclusions, and voice. -Expanded discussion of voice in academic writing, including an exploration of active and passive voice constructions in different disciplines and tips on how to edit for clarity. -A new chapter on writing in the disciplines. -Updated sample student papers. -New readings with examples of opposing views and multiple perspectives.

Writing Kingship and Power in Anglo Saxon England

Note that no nunneries are recorded in the extreme southwest of England before the twelfth century: K. Cooke, 'Donors and Daughters: Shaftesbury Abbey's ...

Author: Rory Naismith

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108501484

Category: History

Page: 335

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The workings of royal and ecclesiastical authority in Anglo-Saxon England can only be understood on the basis of direct engagement with original texts and material artefacts. This book, written by leading experts, brings together new research that represents the best of the current scholarship on the nexus between authority and written sources from Anglo-Saxon England. Ranging from the seventh to the eleventh century, the chapters in this volume offer fresh approaches to a wide range of linguistic, historical, legal, diplomatic and palaeographical evidence. Central themes include the formation of power in early Anglo-Saxon kingdoms during the age of Bede (d. 735) and Offa of Mercia (757–96), authority and its articulation in the century from Edgar (959–75) to 1066, and the significance of books and texts in expressing power across the period. Writing, Kingship and Power in Anglo-Saxon England represents a critical resource for students and scholars alike with an interest in early medieval history from political, institutional and cultural perspectives.

Writing Illuminating Lettering

... this scraping does not affect the extreme edges the power of the size there to hold the leaf is not impaired by it; and certainly a well-scraped surface ...

Author: Edward Johnston

Publisher: Courier Dover Publications

ISBN: 9780486144078

Category: Art

Page: 464

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A classic study of penmanship, lettering, and illumination, this volume covers fundamentals of acquiring a formal hand, tools and materials, creating manuscript books, much more, including 250 illustrations and many useful exercises.

Anxious Power

Reading, Writing, and Ambivalence in Narrative by Women Carol J. Singley, Susan Elizabeth Sweeney. guished . In its extreme , anxiety silences , blocks , or ...

Author: Carol J. Singley

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0791413896

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 400

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This book explains the conflicting feelings of anxiety and empowerment that women, historically excluded from masculine discourse, feel when they read and write, and it analyzes narrative strategies that reveal this ambivalence. Anxious Power draws upon feminist literary theory, narrative theory, and reader-response criticism to define women's ambivalence toward language. It is the first collection to address issues of ambivalence in narrative by women, to trace those issues from the medieval period to the present, and to outline a theoretical framework for understanding them. The contributors address a broad spectrum of female literary voices ranging from familiar British and American writers (Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, and Willa Cather), and those less well known (Jane Barker, Caroline Lee Henz, Susan Warner, Sarah Grand, and Fanny Howe), to European, Canadian, African-American, South and Latin American, and Asian American writers (Christine de Pizan, Marie-Catherine d'Aulnoy, Margaret Atwood, Harriet Jacobs, Toni Morrison, Clarice Lispector, Sandra Cisneros, and Maxine Hong Kingston). Anxious Power considers forms of women's narrative ranging from fairy tales through romances, novels, and autobiographies, to feminist metafiction.

Literacy Power

Help your middle and high school students become strategic readers and writers.

Author: Gage Learning Corporation

Publisher: Gage Learning

ISBN: 0771510578

Category: English language

Page: 175

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How to Write

The suffering such works report is extreme and the power of narrative therapeutic, as I will illustrate, but even at everyday levels of experience or up ...

Author: Richard Rhodes

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 9780061868573

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 240

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Uniquely fusing practical advice on writing with his own insights into the craft, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Rhodes constructs beautiful prose about the issues would-be writers are most afraid to articulate: How do I dare write? Where do I begin? What do I do with this story I have to tell that fills and breaks my heart? Rich with personal vignettes about Rhode's sources of inspiration, How to Write is also a memoir of one of the most original and celebrated writers of our day.

Extreme Pursuits

Travel/Writing in an Age of Globalization Graham Huggan ... and on which their imaginative power of recall depends, in spite of the selectivity and ...

Author: Graham Huggan

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 9780472050727

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 216

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A provocative look at travel—both voluntary and otherwise—in an uncertain world

TV Writing On Demand

... in power to say yes, because it's a lower risk. At the same time, of course, writers still need to avoid those talking heads and extreme claustrophobia, ...

Author: Neil Landau

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781351784207

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 314

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TV Writing On Demand: Creating Great Content in the Digital Era takes a deep dive into writing for today’s audiences, against the backdrop of a rapidly evolving TV ecosystem. Amazon, Hulu and Netflix were just the beginning. The proliferation of everything digital has led to an ever-expanding array of the most authentic and engaging programming that we’ve ever seen. No longer is there a distinction between broadcast, cable and streaming. It’s all content. Regardless of what new platforms and channels will emerge in the coming years, for creators and writers, the future of entertainment has never looked brighter. This book goes beyond an analysis of what makes great programming work. It is a master course in the creation of entertainment that does more than meet the standards of modern audiences—it challenges their expectations. Among other essentials, readers will discover how to: Satisfy the binge viewer: analysis of the new genres, trends and how to make smart initial decisions for strong, sustainable story. Plus, learn from the rebel who reinvented an entire format. Develop iconic characters: how to foster audience alignment and allegiance, from empathy and dialogue to throwing characters off their game, all through the lens of authenticity and relatability. Create a lasting, meaningful career in the evolving TV marketplace: how to overcome trips, traps and tropes, the pros and cons of I.P.; use the Show Bible as a sales tool and make the most of the plethora of new opportunities out there. A companion website offers additional content including script excerpts, show bible samples, interviews with television content creators, and more.

Henry Fielding Political Writer

The cross-pressures and anomalies were extreme for the Broad-Bottoms and Fielding ... The power of Ralph's writing in the pamphlet of March 1748 sometimes ...

Author: Thomas R. Cleary

Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press

ISBN: 9780889201316

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 347

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An accurate and comprehensive study of the political aspects of Fielding’s art has been sorely needed. As a result of decades of work by literary scholars and a series of great historians, such a study is finally possible. This volume addresses that need, and, in the light of a recent revival of interest in Fielding’s work, it arrives most opportunely. The author offers here a wide-ranging focus and a firm grip on the shifting complexities of Fielding’s political situations—the loyalties and enmities, factional alignments and fractious rhetoric—that allow a satisfactory understanding of Fielding’s political writing. Political writing in Fielding’s day, as in ours, was topical, concerned with evanescent problems and day-to-day needs that were familiar to contemporaries, but that are now recaptured only with greatest difficulty. This study constitutes a thorough reconstruction of Fielding’s political context and extricates from the context Fielding’s own political endeavours. Cleary’s work will make many of Felding’s previously unstudied work accessible to students and scholars of eighteenth-century English literature. A necessary point of reference to both literary specialists and historians concerned with eighteenth-century England.

All the Power in the World

For an example of this — I admit , it may be a rather extreme case — think ... the writing of the others and by conversing orally with their philosophical ...

Author: Peter K. Unger

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 0195155610

Category: Philosophy

Page: 640

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Unger provocatively breaks with what he terms the conservatism of present day philosophy, and returns to central themes from Descartes, Locke, Hume and others. He sets out to answer profoundly difficult human questions about ourselves and the world in this philosophical journey into the nature of reality.

Sisters of the Extreme

Books like this one are an important counterbalance to the objective checklists of clinicians. The book contains some of the best expositions of sensory detail this reviewer has ever read.

Author: Cynthia Palmer

Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co

ISBN: 0892817577

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 310

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With great bravery, honesty, and eloquence, women from diverse backgrounds write about their own drug use in this compelling anthology.

Creative Writing and the Radical

Radical change stood for extreme and revolutionary change, and radical was ... In medieval times, the power of writing was significantly controlled by ...

Author: Assoc. Prof. Nigel Krauth

Publisher: Multilingual Matters

ISBN: 9781783095940

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 243

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The rise of digital publishing and the ebook has opened up an array of possibilities for the writer working with innovation in mind. Creative Writing and the Radical uses an examination of how experimental writers in the past have explored the possibilities of multimodal writing to theorise the nature of writing fiction in the future. It is clear that experimental writers rehearsed for technological advances long before they were invented. Through an in-depth study of writers and their motivations, challenges and solutions, the author explores the shifts creative writing teachers and students will need to make in order to adapt to a new era of fiction writing and reading.