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Revision and Writing Groups in the First Grade: Finding the Black Ninja Fish

By Joanna Franklin
After her experience participating in a writing group in her NWP summer institute, this teacher/author developed an instructional sequence in order to teach revision in her first grade class. She begins in September with students rereading their writing, advances through Author’s Chair and…
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Radical Revision Strategies: My Road from Fairy Tale to Catharsis

By Juanita Willingham
 A teacher-writer shares her experience using “radical revision,” a strategy for taking one’s writing apart and reassembling it. In the process of illustrating the impact of trying out various revisions of a poignant poem she wrote and shared with a writing group, she includes five clear and…
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Rural Voices Radio

Rural Voices Radio, a product of the National Writing Project's Rural Voices, Country Schools program, celebrates what is "genuinely good, genuinely rural" about America's rural schools. Each half-hour program comprises original poems, stories, and essays by teachers and students from…
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