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Friday, February 25 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
What Could Go Wrong? The Simple Question Your Students Can Build a Story Around

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“I don’t know what to write.” Has that sentence ever been uttered in your classroom? When it comes to story writing, so many students get stuck right at the beginning. This session will show you how to walk your students through a process that will take them from STUCK to STORY. Not only will it get your writers unstuck, but it will teach them plot structure and character development at the same time. You’ll go through the process yourself, and leave with a complete teaching unit that you can use in your classroom on Monday. (Or Tuesday, if you prefer.)

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Robin Pawlak

Children's Author
An English language arts teacher for 31 years in Red Deer, Robin retired in 2016. He has since authored two novels for children, and has various other projects in the works. He enjoys the calm, quiet life of a writer, but also loves to nip out of his office as often as possible to... Read More →

Friday February 25, 2022 11:30am - 12:30pm MST
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